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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
Minimum Measures for Level B Decontamination
Station 1:
Equipment Drop
Deposit equipment used on-site (tools, sampling devices and containers,
monitoring instruments, radios, clipboards, etc.) on plastic drop cloths.
Segregation at the drop reduces the probability of cross contamination.
During hot weather operations, cool-down station may be set up within this
area.
Station 2:
Outer Garment, Boots,
Scrub outer boots, outer gloves, and chemical-resistant splash suit with decon
and Gloves Wash and
solution or detergent water. Rinse off using copious amounts of water.
Rinse
Station 3:
Outer Boot and Glove
Remove outer boots and gloves. Deposit in container with plastic liner.
Removal
Station 4:
Tank Change
If worker leaves exclusion zone to change air tank, this is the last step in the
decontamination procedure. Worker's air tank is exchanged, new outer gloves
and boot covers are donned, joints are taped, and worker returns to duty.
Station 5:
Boot, Gloves, and
Boots, chemical-resistant splash suit, and inner gloves are removed and
Outer Garment
deposited in separate containers lined with plastic.
Removal
Station 6:
SCBA Removal
SCBA backpack and facepiece are removed. Avoid touching face with finger.
SCBA is deposited on plastic sheets.
Station 7:
Field Wash
Hands and face are thoroughly washed. Shower as soon as possible.
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