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Chapter 2 Facility Description


DOE-STD -3009-94
1.5
NATURAL EVENT ACCIDENT INITIATORS
This section provides identification of specific natural events, such as design basis
earthquakes considered to be potential accident initiators. Summarize assumptions
supporting the analysis in Chapter 3, "Hazard and Accident Analyses."
1.6
M A N -M ADE EXTERNAL ACCIDENT INITIATORS
This section provides identification of specific man- made external events
associated with the site - events such as explosions from natural gas lines or
accidents from nearby transportation activities - considered to be potential accident
initiators, exclusive of sabotage and terrorism. Summarize assumptions supporting
the analysis in Chapter 3, "Hazard and Accident Analyses."
1.7
NEARBY FACILITIES
This section identifies any nearby facilities that could be affected by accidents
within the facility being evaluated. Conversely, this section also identifies any
hazardous operations or facilities onsite or offsite that could adversely impact the
facility under evaluation. Summarize assumptions supporting the analysis in
Chapter 3, "Hazard and Accident Analyses."
1.8
VALIDITY OF EXISTING ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSES
This section assesses the validity of site characteristic assumptions for existing
environmental analyses and impact statements based on the more recent DSA
effort. Simp ly state that no significant discrepancies exist or indicate the need to
revise and update assumptions used in facility environmental statements through
brief discussions summarizing major discrepancies.
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