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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
12.6. REPORTING FIRES AND OTHER EMERGENCIES
All personnel at the site should be knowledgeable regarding the means by which emergencies are
reported. This section of the EAP should contain the information needed for personnel to report
fires and other emergencies at the site. At a minimum, this section should contain:
A description and location of communications equipment available at the site for
emergency reporting,
Procedures for the use of site communications equipment,
Procedures for reporting the emergency, and
Complete listing of emergency telephone numbers, radio frequencies, emergency signals,
etc.
12.7. EAP CONTACT PERSONNEL
A list of primary and alternate key personnel should be developed which identifies individuals
and organizations with the expertise to explain and provide technical information on the use of
the EAP. These personnel/organizations, and applicable alternates, should be listed by name,
title, and telephone number. This list should be continually updated and made available to all
employees and visitors. Additionally, the list should include the names and addresses of site
safety personnel and their alternates (e.g., Project Manager, SSHO).
12.8. EMERGENCY/EVACUATION ALARM SYSTEM
This section should contain a complete description of all alarms and signals (and related back-up
systems) to notify personnel of an emergency. All applicable alarms and signals (e.g.,
evacuation, radiation, take cover, standard alert), as well as, the actions to be taken in the event
the alarm is sounded should be fully explained. Alarm systems and back-up systems should be
in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.165.
12.9. EAP TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Each employee at the site should be properly trained in all aspects of the EAP. Additionally,
critical operations personnel or those personnel with first aid/CPR responsibilities should receive
additional training necessary to effectively carry out their duties. This training should be
conducted and documented in accordance with the training section of the site-specific HASP.The
following items in this section of the EAP should be performed and documented:
Designate and train a sufficient number of persons to assist in the safe and orderly
emergency evacuation of employees,
Identify critical operations and designate and train a sufficient number of persons to
conduct those operations,
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