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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
Known site contamination,
Synopsis of site characterization, and
Site operations to be performed.
While all of the following sections should be included in the HASP, a site may determine that a
portion of a section does not apply (e.g., cold temperature extremes for a tropical climate). If a
portion of a section is not applicable, it may not need to be addressed, but an explanation of non-
applicability should be provided.
1.2.2. Key Personnel
The HAZWOPER standard does not require a listing of key personnel in the site-specific HASP.
However, due to the importance of this list of individuals to the overall safety and health effort at
a hazardous waste site, a listing of key personnel shall be included in the site-specific HASP for
EM-40 sites. The DOE Project Manager, as well as key personnel, shall be identified at the DOE,
contractor and subcontractor level.
It is an accepted practice that the number of key personnel shall be kept to a minimum. However,
the key personnel responsibilities must be assigned and accounted for at any hazardous waste site.
Both of these concerns may be accomplished, at the discretion of the Project Manager, by
assigning one person to several positions.
At a minimum, the key personnel section to be included in the site-specific HASP shall identify
the:
Overall Project Manager,
Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO),
Additional Safety and Health Personnel,
Field Team Leader,
Command Post Supervisor,
Emergency Response Coordinator,
Decontamination Station Officer,
Security Officer, and
Specialty Team Personnel.
More specific information regarding Key Personnel is contained in Chapter 2.
1.2.3. Hazard Assessment
The HAZWOPER standard does not give specific guidance as to the methodology to be used to
meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(b)(4)(ii)(A). For the purpose of the EM-40 site-
specific HASP the hazard assessment approach identified below shall be used.
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