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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.2.2.4 If available, a copy of the MSDS or HMIS record that
29CFR1910.1200;
describes the hazardous nature of the item shall be
41CFR101-42.204(b);
included with the SF 120; if not, an MSDS-equivalent
document shall be provided by the owning DOE
SF 120
organization.
4.2.2.5. The description of the hazard should include a
29CFR1910.1200;
certification by an authorized DOE official that the item
41CFR101-42.204(b);
has been properly labeled (refer to Section 4.1.3.3, above)
49CFR.178-180
and that the container and/or packaging meets or exceeds
DOT specifications for a hazardous material container.
4.2.3 Exceptions to Utilization Reporting of Excess Chemicals
4.2.3.1 DOE or DOE contractors shall not report the following
41CFR101-42;
types of chemicals as excess to the GSA on Standard
41CFR101-42.1102-3;
Form 120 to initiate the excess screening process by
41CFR101-42.1102-4;
41CFR102-36.165;
federal agencies:
 Chemicals determined appropriate for abandonment/
41CFR102-36.220(b);
41CFR102-36.220(c)
destruction (See Section 4.2.4, below);
 Non-appropriated fund property (see definition).
Such property may be transferred to a Federal agency
with reimbursement or offered for public sale. It shall
not be donated;
 Scrap;
 Hazardous waste (See Section 4.2.2.2, above);
 Controlled substances (refer to 41CFR101-42.1102-3
in Section 4.8.2, below);
 Nuclear Regulatory Commission-controlled materials
(refer to 41CFR101-42.1102-4 in Section 4.8.2,
below);
 Property dangerous to public health and safety (e.g.,
asbestos, PCBs (see definition), lead-containing
paint) (refer to Sections 4.8.3, 4.8.4 and 4.8.2,
below);
 Classified items or property determined to be
sensitive for reasons of national security (e.g.,
Especially prepared or designed property,
Proliferation-sensitive property, Nuclear components
or materials, Nuclear technology related components
and materials).
4.2.3.2 Excess chemicals determined by the holding DOE
41CFR101-42.205 (a);
organization to be extremely hazardous property shall not
41CFR101-42.205(b);
be reported on SF 120, unless so directed by the GSA.
When such an item becomes excess, the holding DOE
SF 120
organization shall notify the appropriate GSA regional
office to obtain guidance on a case-by-case basis, on the
utilization, donation, sales, or other disposition
requirements.
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