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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.2.5
Worker Protection Management for DOE Federal and
DOE O 440.1A
Contractor Employees. Mandates an Industrial Hygiene
Program with surveys of all work areas and operations to
identify and evaluate potential health hazards through
appropriate workplace monitoring. A chemical inventory can
help to identify locations where chemical health hazards may
be present. Managers must ensure that applicable explosives
operations comply with DOE M 440.1-1. Requires
compliance with OSHA regulations (29CFR1910 and
29CFR1926).
4.2.6
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals
29CFR1910.119
(PSM). Establishes requirements to protect workers by
preventing or minimizing the consequences of 1)
catastrophic releases of toxic, reactive, or flammable
chemicals used in quantities at or above specified thresholds
or 2) ignition of explosives in manufacturing processes.
Chemical tracking is needed to determine where threshold
quantities are exceeded. PSM also requires an employer to
keep process safety information on the chemicals used and
specify the maximum intended inventory of any listed
chemical.
4.2.7
Facility Safety. All new construction shall, as a minimum,
DOE O 420.1, Chg 3
conform to the Model Building Codes applicable for the
state or region, supplemented with additional safety
requirements associated with the facility hazards.
Inventories of chemicals must be tracked in order to ensure
that chemical limits specified in applicable regulations are
not exceeded.
4.2.8
Local Codes. Establish requirements for the prevention,
Local building and fire
control and mitigation of dangerous conditions created by
codes.
hazardous materials and for providing information needed
by emergency response personnel. Permits are required to
store, dispense, use or handle quantities of hazardous
materials exceeding listed permit amounts. The authority
having jurisdiction may require that a Hazardous Materials
Management Plan and/or Hazardous Materials Inventory
Statement accompany the permit. In addition, inventories of
chemicals must be tracked in order to determine whether or
not listed permit quantities of chemicals have been
exceeded. Each facility is responsible for determining the
applicability of their local building and fire codes.
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