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DOE-HDBK-1099-96
APPENDIX C - EXAMPLE DRILL CUES AND PROPS
The following examples of drill cues and props are a combination of several groupings being
used by DOE facilities. This list is not a requirement, nor is it meant to be all inclusive or used as
the only grouping of drill cues and props. This is only an example; yours should conform to any
requirements of your facility and fit the drill scenario.
CONDITION
CUES AND PROP USED TO SIMULATE CONDITION
Waving a red cloth, flag, plastic bag, or red flashing light
FIRE
LIGHT SMOKE
Waving a grey cloth, flag, plastic bag, or a smoke generator
HEAVY SMOKE
Waving a black cloth, flag, plastic bag, or a smoke generator
FIRE OUT
Waving a white cloth, flag, or plastic bag
SMOKE CLEAR
CAUSTIC SPILL
Orange cloth, flag, or bag on floor
ACID SPILL
Purple cloth, flag, or bag on floor
OIL SPILL
Brown cloth, flag, or bag on floor/ground
CONTAMINATED SPILL
Actual water on the floor or blue cloth, flag, or bag on floor
BREAKER - CLOSED/
Laminated sign indicating breaker status
OPEN/TRIPPED
Letters should be large enough to read at 4-6 feet
VALVE - OPEN/
Laminated sign indicating valve position
CLOSED/THROTTLED
Letters should be large enough to read at 4-6 feet
RUPTURED PIPE
Crumpled aluminum foil wrapped or taped to a pipe
ALARM
Electronic buzzer
ALARM LIGHT
"Yellow sticky" (or something similar) or laminated sign on alarm light
INJURED/
Either a "dummy" or live "actor" simulates injury using moulage and
CONTAMINATED
makeup or taped on signs
PERSON
ANALOG
Clear plastic stick-on gauge faces with needle indicators (allows
INDICATION
actual indications to still be monitored)
Small signs with needle pointing to a number hanging on or near
meter face
EXPLOSION
"Boom" sign or confetti
DARK, DUE TO
Darkened face mask or glasses, or the main lights are out with only
SMOKE OR LIGHTS
emergency lighting on. Use caution as personnel injury could occur.
OUT
Use extra safety monitors to ensure that facility operating personnel
do not injure themselves.
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