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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.1.2.5 The Export Restriction Notice specified in 41CFR109-
41CFR109-1.5303(b)(6)
1.5303(b)(6), or an approved equivalent notice, shall
be included in all transfers, donations, sales or other
disposition actions.
4.1.2.6 Excess nuclear-related and proliferation-sensitive
41CFR109-43.305-50;
chemicals shall not undergo formal internal screening
within DOE or be reported to the GSA on Standard
Standard Form 120
Form (SF) 120 (Report of Excess Personal Property).
See Sections 4.1.2.2 and 4.1.2.4, above for control and
disposition options (such as destruction, conversion to
scrap that can be sold to the public, or other DOE
authorized option).
4.1.3
Identification and Documentation of Hazardous Materials -
29CFR1910.1200;
Actual or potential hazards associated with an excess hazardous
41CFR101-42.202(a)
material shall be documented with a Material Safety Data Sheet
through (c)
(MSDS) supplied by the manufacturer, distributor or importer.
If an MSDS is not available, a Hazardous Materials
Identification System (HMIS) record from the automated
Department of Defense database is acceptable. If an MSDS or
HMIS record is not available, a hazard identification document
prepared by the owning DOE organization that meets the
MSDS content requirements for hazardous chemicals set forth
in the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard
(29CFR1910.1200) shall be used.
4.1.3.1 For hazardous items acquired prior to the
41CFR101-42.202(d);
implementation of the Federal acquisition standards
41CFR101-42.202(a);
(i.e., Federal Standards 313 and 123), the owning or
41CFR101-42.1101
holding agency (see definition) shall identify and
document the potential hazards associated with these
items.
[NOTE: Hazardous materials are found in most
Federal Supply Classification (FSC) classes. Refer to
Table B-1 (List of FSC classes composed
predominantly of hazardous items) and Table B-2
(Selective list of FSC classes and groups that contain a
significant number of hazardous items) in Appendix B
of this chapter.]
4.1.3.2
When an item is identified as hazardous, the owning
41CFR101-42.202(e)
DOE organization shall document the accountable
inventory record accordingly.
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