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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
2.3. ONSITE ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL
2.3.1. Project Manager
The name and position of the individual who has the authority to direct all activities should be
identified (i.e., Project Manager, Project Team Leader, or Site Supervisor). A designated
alternate for this position should be identified by name. A general description including areas of
responsibility (i.e., assumes total control over site activities, authority to direct response
operations) should be provided for the Project Manager who should be considered an "onsite
essential" person. The specific responsibilities of the Project Manager should be stated. These
responsibilities should include, but are not limited to:
Management of the project;
Preparation of the work plan, preparation of the HASP, and designation of the field team;
Designation of an individual within each project to act as the confined space coordinator;
Identification of work-site confined spaces;
Designation of an individual to act as the medical program administrator;
Access permission for visitors, new hires, etc., and coordinates activities with appropriate
officials;
Confirmation of each team member's suitability for work based on employees training and
physician's recommendation;
Briefing field teams on their specific assignments;
Coordination with the SSHO on safety and health requirements;
Preparation of the final report and support files on the response activities;
Liaison with public officials; and
Maintenance of a daily site log.
2.3.2. Site Safety and Health Officer
The Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO) should be identified by name for each DOE,
contractor, and subcontractor organization. A designated alternate for each SSHO should be
identified by name. A DOE point of contact, if appropriate, should also be identified. A general
description of duties, including lines of authority (i.e., stop work authority) should be provided.
The SSHO should be an "onsite essential" person. The specific responsibilities of the SSHO
should include, but are not limited to:
Managing the safety and health program for the site;
Periodically inspecting protective clothing and equipment;
Monitoring and evaluating HASP implementation;
Monitoring protective clothing and equipment to ensure that they are properly stored and
maintained;
Monitoring entry and exit to the exclusion zone;
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