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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
Setting up decontamination lines and the decontamination solutions appropriate for the
type of chemical contamination on site;
Controlling the decontamination of all equipment, personnel, and samples from the
contaminated areas;
Assisting in the disposal of contaminated clothing and materials;
Ensuring all required equipment is available and in working order; and
Providing for collection, storage and disposal of waste.
2.3.8. Security Officer
The individual who is responsible for managing site security should be identified by name.
A designated alternate and DOE point of contact, if appropriate, should be identified by name. A
general description, including areas of responsibility (i.e., maintains site security) should be
provided for the Security Officer, who should be considered an "onsite essential" person.
Specific responsibilities of the Security Officer should be stated. These responsibilities should
include, but are not limited to:
Conducting routine area patrols,
Controlling facility access and egress,
Assisting with communication during an emergency,
Securing accident/incident scenes, and
Maintaining a log of site access and egress.
2.3.9. Specialty Teams
Specialty Teams, consisting of field team members (e.g., to include rescue teams for retrieving
personnel from dangerous situations, and sampling teams for obtaining samples of potentially
hazardous materials) who complete the onsite tasks required to fulfill the work plan, should be
identified. A general description, including areas of responsibility and stopwork authority (i.e.,
any or all of the field team may be in the Specialty Team and should consist of at least two
people) should be provided. Specialty Team personnel should be considered "onsite essential"
personnel. Specific responsibilities of the Specialty Teams should be stated. These
responsibilities should include, but are not limited to:
Safely completing the onsite tasks required to fulfill the work plan,
Complying with HASP, and
Notifying the SSHO or supervisor of unsafe or potentially unsafe conditions.
2.4. OPTIONAL PERSONNEL (onsite or offsite as needed)
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