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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
2.3.5. Command Post Supervisor
The individual who is responsible for communications and emergency assistance should be
identified by name. In some cases, the Command Post Supervisor may be the same person as the
Field Team Leader. A designated alternate should be identified by name. A DOE point of
contact, if appropriate, should also be identified. A general description, including areas of
responsibility (i.e., responsible for communications and emergency assistance) should be provided
for the Command Post Supervisor, who should be considered an "onsite essential" person. The
specific responsibilities of the Command Post Supervisor should be stated. These responsibilities
should include, but are not limited to:
Notifying emergency response personnel by telephone or radio in the event of an
emergency;
Assisting the SSHO in rescue operations, if necessary;
Maintaining a log of communication and site activities;
Assisting other field team members in the clean areas, as needed; and
Maintaining line-of-sight and communication contact with the work parties via walkie-
talkies, signal horns, or other means.
2.3.6. Emergency Response Coordinator
The individual who has the authority to direct, control, and evaluate site emergency
response/emergency activities should be identified. A designated alternate should be identified by
name. A DOE point of contact, if appropriate, should be identified. The Emergency Response
Coordinator should be considered an "on-site essential" person. A general description including
areas of authority and responsibilities should be provided. These responsibilities should include,
but are not limited to:
Developing, implementing, and updating the emergency response/emergency action plan;
Conducting rehearsals, employee training, evaluations of responses/actions; and
Assuring the evacuation, emergency treatment, emergency transport of site personnel and
notifying emergency response units and the appropriate management staff.
2.3.7. Decontamination Station Officer
The individual who is responsible for decontamination procedures, equipment, and supplies
should be identified by name. In some cases, the Decontamination Station Officer may be the
same person as the Field Team Leader. A designated alternate should be identified by name. A
DOE point of contact, if appropriate, should also be identified. A general description, including
areas of responsibility (i.e., responsible for decontamination procedures, equipment, and
supplies) should be provided for the Decontamination Station Officer, who should be considered
an "onsite essential" person. The specific responsibilities of the Decontamination Station Officer
should be stated. These responsibilities should include, but are not limited to, the following:
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