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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.1.1
The plan shall include procedures for handling releases
40CFR68.95(b)
and shall be in writing and available for inspection and
copying by employees, their representatives, and, where
applicable, OSHA personnel.
4.1.2
The plan shall cover those designated actions employers
29CFR1910.38(a)
and employees must take to ensure employee safety from
fire and other emergencies.
4.1.3
A hazards survey (i.e., qualitative examination) shall be
DOE O 151.1A Chapter III,
used to identify the conditions to be addressed by the
sec. 3.a
comprehensive emergency management program. Much of
the hazards survey should already have been done in the
course of meeting other DOE and Federal agency
requirements.
Elements of an emergency response plan.40 The
4.1.4
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
emergency response shall address, as a minimum, the
sec. 3.c(1);
following areas:
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
sec. 3.c(2);
Pre-emergency planning and coordination with outside
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
parties such as State, Tribal, and local agencies.
sec. 3.c(3);
Personnel roles including Incident Commander, lines of
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
authority, training/competencies, and internal
sec. 3.c(4);
communications (See NFPA 471, 6.4 for more detailed
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
requirements for internal communications.)
sec. 3.c(5);
Names or regular job titles of persons or departments
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
who can be contacted for further information or
sec. 5.a(1);
explanation of duties under the plan [29CFR1910.38(a)].
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter IV,
Emergency recognition including criteria for quickly
sec. 1-4;
determining if an event is an Operational Emergency,
response levels (See NFPA 471, Chapter 4 for more
NFPA 471, Chapter 4;
detailed requirements), and prevention.
NFPA 471, Chapter 638;
Emergency shutdown procedures and responsibilities
NFPA 471, 6.4;
[29CFR1910.38(a)].
NFPA 471, Chapter 9
Re-entry planning shall include contingency planning to
NFPA 162039;
ensure the safety of re- entry personnel, such as planning
for the rescue of re-entry teams.
29CFR1910.38(a);
38
NFPA 471, Chapter 6 requires site safety considerations including a personnel accountability system, provisions
for rest and rehabilitation for responders, the elimination of all ignition sources, and the application of control zones.
39
Emergency response organizations may use the local emergency response plan or the state emergency response
plan or both, as part of their emergency response plan to avoid duplication. Those items of the emergency response
plan that are being properly addressed in the SARA Title III plans may be included in the emergency response plan,
or otherwise made available to employees.
40
NFPA 1620 provides extensive details on pre-incident planning that involves the evaluation of protection systems,
building construction, contents, and operating procedures that can impact emergency operations. Major topics
include physical elements and site considerations, occupant considerations, protection systems and water supplies,
special hazard considerations, emergency operations, and plan testing and maintenance.
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