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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
Train all personnel working at the site in evacuation and other required emergency
procedures, as applicable,
Provide a listing of all required training to be completed prior to beginning work, and
Coordinate unique training requirements with the SSHO and provide a description of all
required training not covered by the training section of the HASP.
All personnel should receive required training prior to beginning work at the site. The methods
for evaluating personnel competency in carrying out the requirements of the EAP should be
reviewed with each individual covered by the Plan at the following times:
Initially, when the plan is developed,
Upon initial assignment,
Whenever the employee's responsibilities or designated actions under the plan change,
and
Whenever the plan is changed.
12.10. FIRE PREVENTION PLAN
This section should contain procedures that reduce the vulnerability of the workplace to fire.
Fire prevention plan requirements are specified by OSHA in 29 CFR 1910.38 and include
discussions of housekeeping, training and maintenance. The plan should be updated as hazards
change. In addition to the categories listed above, the plan should include:
A list of the major workplace fire hazards,
Names or titles of personnel responsible for the control of workplace hazards,
List of types of fire protection equipment or systems and the hazards they control, and
Pre-fire planning in coordination with the local emergency response services to
familiarize them with workplace process hazards.
The fire prevention plan discussion satisfies part of the administrative requirements of an overall
Fire Protection Program as outlined in DOE Order 5480.7A, Fire Protection. This section of the
HASP should ensure that all requirements of DOE 5480.7A are followed or integrated into the
HASP.
12.10.1. Housekeeping
Procedures should be developed to control accumulations of material and residues so that they
are not the source of a fire emergency. Fire prevention housekeeping plans include:
Proper handling, storage and control procedures for flammable and combustible waste
materials;
List of potential ignition sources (e.g., welding) and their control procedures; and
Housekeeping procedures that maintain the means of egress free of obstructions.
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