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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.3.2
The senior emergency response official responding to an
DOE O 151.1A,Chapter III,
emergency shall become the Incident Commander (IC). All
sec. 3.c(1);
emergency responders and their communications shall be
coordinated and controlled through the IC assisted by the
29CFR1910.120(q)(3)(i)
senior official present or by each employer.
29CFR1910.120(q)(3)(ii) and
(iii)
4.3.4 Employees engaged in emergency response and exposed to
29CFR1910.120(q)(3)(iv)
hazardous substances, which present an inhalation hazard
or potential inhalation hazard, shall wear positive pressure
self-contained breathing apparatus while engaged in
emergency response, until such time that the IC determines
through the use of air monitoring that a decreased level of
respiratory protection will not result in hazardous exposures
to employees.
4.3.5 All individuals involved in re-entry shall receive a
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter III,
hazards/safety briefing prior to emergency response
sec. 5.a (1)
activities consistent with Federal, State, and local laws and
regulations.
4.3.6 The IC shall limit the number of emergency response
29CFR1910.120(q)(3)(v)
personnel at the emergency site, in those areas of potential
or actual exposure to incident or site hazards, to those who
are actively performing emergency operations. However,
operations in hazardous areas shall be performed using the
buddy system in groups of two or more.
4.3.7 Back-up personnel shall be standing by with equipment
29CFR1910.120(q)(3)(vi)
ready to provide assistance or rescue. Qualified basic life
support personnel, as a minimum, shall also be standing by
with medical equipment and transportation capability.
4.3.8 The IC shall designate a safety officer, who is
29CFR1910.120(q)(3)(vii)
knowledgeable in the operations being implemented at the
emergency response site, with specific responsibility to
identify and evaluate hazards and to provide direction with
respect to the safety of operations for the emergency at
hand.
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