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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
PVC or latex rubber surgical/light weight gloves when sampling or handling any
potentially contaminated surface or item,
Safety glasses or safety goggles,
Steel-toe rubber boots where wet decontamination methods are required or steel-toe
leather boots and outer boot covers, and
Hard hat.
5.4.4.3. Other Protective Apparatus
Other Level D protective apparatus which may be used include:
Cold weather gear/clothing,
Protection from biological-hazards/pests, and
Hearing protection.
5.5. USE OF PPE
Written site operating procedures for the use of PPE should include:
Training;
Establishing work mission duration;
Personal use factors;
Fit testing;
Donning and doffing;
In-use monitoring of personnel/equipment;
Inspection before, during, and after use;
Storage and maintenance;
Upgrading/downgrading of PPE; and
Decontamination and disposal.
These procedures should be referenced and/or included in the HASP.
No changes to the specified levels of protection should be made without the approval of the
SSHO and the Project Manager. A list of approval steps for upgrade/downgrade of PPE should
be included that specifically include the SSHO and Project Manager as key to the approval
process.
5.5.1. PPE Selection Process
Sequential steps to facilitate the selection of PPE for hazardous waste site operations are:
1.
Identify work area and job-specific hazard potential (e.g. chemical, radiological, physical,
mechanical),
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