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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
Verifying each team member's suitability for work based on employee's training and
physician's recommendation;
Monitoring the work parties for signs of stress, such as cold exposure, heat stress, and
fatigue;
Advising medical personnel of potential exposures and consequences;
Participating in the preparation and implementation of the HASP;
Conducting periodic inspections to verify if the HASP is being properly implemented;
Verifying that the "buddy" system is being implemented;
Knowing emergency procedures, evacuation routes, and the telephone numbers of the
ambulance, local hospital, poison control center, fire department, and police department;
Notifying local public emergency officials when necessary; and
Coordinating emergency medical care.
2.3.3. Safety and Health Personnel
Names and responsibilities of other personnel that have safety and health duties should be listed.
These should include, but are not limited to:
Construction safety experts,
Safety specialists/technicians,
Health physicists, and
Industrial Hygienists.
2.3.4. Field Team Leader
The individual who is responsible for field team operations and safety should be identified by
name. In some cases, the Field Team Leader may also be the same person as the Project Manager
and may be a member of the specialty team. A designated alternate for the should be identified by
name. A DOE point of contact, if appropriate, should also be identified. A general description,
including areas of responsibility (i.e., responsible for field team operations and safety) should be
provided for the Field Team Leader, who should be considered an "onsite essential" person. The
specific responsibilities of the Field Team Leader should be stated. These responsibilities include,
but are not limited to:
Managing field operations;
Executing the work plan and schedule;
Enforcing safety procedures;
Coordinating with the SSHO in determining protection levels;
Enforcing site control;
Documenting field activities, including sample collection; and
Serving as liaison with public officials where there is no Public Affairs official
designated.
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