Continued operation of critical plant function].
Safe distances and places of refuge.
Site security and control.
Evacuation routes and procedures including accounting
for all employees after the emergency evacuation has
Decontamination (See NFPA 471, Chapter 9 for more
Rescue and Emergency medical treatment and first aid.
Emergency alerting, reporting and response procedures
[29CFR1910.38(a)] including prompt initial notification
of workers, emergency response personnel, and response
organizations, including DOE elements and State,
Tribal, local organizations, and the public with
continued effective communications throughout
emergency as part of an pre-established Emergency
Public Information Program.
PPE and emergency equipment.
4.1.5 Plan Review - The employer shall review the plan with each
employee covered by the plan when the plan is developed;
whenever the employee's responsibilities or designated
actions under the plan change; and whenever the plan is
18.104.22.168 The written plan shall be kept at the workplace and
made available for employee review.
22.214.171.124 Material Safety data Sheets (MSDS) shall contain
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
· Training and other emergency information on site-specific
conditions and hazards shall be made available to offsite
personnel who may be required to participate in response to
an emergency at the DOE or NNSA site/facility.
· To ensure the competencies of all responders, training shall
be based on the duties and function to be performed by
each responder of an emergency response organization. The
skill and knowledge levels required for all new responders
shall be conveyed to them through training before they are
permitted to take part in actual emergency response to an
incident. Employees who participate, or who are expected
to participate, in emergency response, shall be trained as