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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
Maximum Measures for Level C Decontamination
Station 1:
Deposit equipment used on-site (tools, sampling devices and containers,
Segregated
monitoring instruments, radios, clipboards, etc.) on plastic drop cloths or in
Equipment Drop
different containers with plastic liners. Segregation at the drop reduces the
probability of cross contamination. During hot weather operations, a cool-
down station may be set up within this area.
Scrub outer boot covers and gloves with decon solution or detergent and
Station 2:
Boot Cover and Glove
water.
Wash
Rinse off decon solution from Station 2 using copious amounts of water.
Station 3:
Boot Cover and Glove
Rinse
Remove tape around boots and gloves and deposit in container with plastic
Station 4:
Tape Removal
liner.
Station 5:
Remove boot covers and deposit in containers with plastic liner.
Boot Cover Removal
Station 6:
Remove outer gloves and deposit in container with plastic liner.
Outer Glove Removal
Station 7:
Wash splash suit, gloves, and safety boots. Scrub with long-handle scrub
Suit and Boot Wash
brush and decon solution.
Rinse off decon solution using water. Repeat as many times as necessary.
Station 8:
Suit, Boot, and Glove
Rinse
If worker leaves exclusion zone to change canister (or mask), this is the last
Station 9:
Canister or Mask
step in the decontamination procedure. Worker's canister is exchanged, new
Change
outer gloves and boot covers are donned, and joints are taped. Worker
returns to duty.
Remove safety boots and deposit in container with plastic liner.
Station 10:
Safety Boot Removal
With assistance of helper, remove splash suit. Deposit in container with plastic
Station 11:
Splash Suit Removal
liner.
Wash inner gloves with decon solution.
Station 12:
Inner Glove Removal
Rinse inner gloves with water.
Station 13:
Inner Glove Wash
Remove face piece. Deposit in container with plastic liner. Avoid touching
Station 14:
Face Piece Removal
face with fingers.
Remove inner gloves and deposit in lined container.
Station 15:
Inner Glove Removal
Remove clothing soaked with perspiration and place in lined container. Do not
Station 16:
Inner Clothing
wear inner clothing off-site since there is a probability that small amounts of
Removal
contaminants might have been transferred in removing the fully-encapsulating
suit.
Shower if highly toxic, skin-corrosive, or skin-absorbable materials are known
Station 17:
Field Wash
or suspected to be present. Wash hands and face if shower is not available.
Put on clean clothes.
Station 18:
Redress
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