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DOE-EM-STD-5503-94
TABLE III (cont.)
Minimum Training Requirements for Personnel
Engaged at Emergency Responses to Hazardous Substances Releases
Operational Personnel
Training Requirement
Reference(s)
OSHA requires a minimum of 24-
29 CFR 1910.120(q)(6)(v), DOE
EM-40 Contractor or Subcontractor
hours training equal to the FR
1994
On-Scene Incident Commander. This
operations level described in
individual assumes responsibility for
1910.120(q)(6)(ii). In addition,
control of the incident scene beyond the
competency in the areas listed in
FR awareness level.
1910.120(q)(6)(iii) and certification
by the employer are necessary.
However, EM-40 requires a minimum
of 40-hours Initial Health and Safety
Training and 24-hours supervised field
experience.
EM-40 adoption of OSHA standards
29 CFR 1910.120 (e)(4), DOE
requires a minimum of 8 hours
1993b, DOE 1993c, DOE 1994
Supervisor Training.
and NIEHS 1993
EM-40 adoption of OSHA standards
29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8),
requires an annual refresher training.
DOE 1993b, DOE 1993c, DOE
1994 and NIEHS 1993
Radiological Worker Training, if
DOE Notice 5480.6, DOE 1992,
applicable. For details, see DOE
DOE 1994
Radiological Control Manual
(DOE/EH-0256T).
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