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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.2.9
Department of Energy Acquisition Regulation (DEAR)
The DEAR Clause
970.5204-2, "Integration of Environment, Safety and Health
into Work Planning and Execution". The contractor shall
comply with, and assist the Department of Energy in
complying with ES&H requirements of all applicable laws
and regulations, and applicable directives identified in the
clause of this contract on Laws, regulations, and DOE
Directives. The contractor shall cooperate with Federal and
non-Federal agencies having jurisdiction over ES&H matters
under his/her contract. Before work is performed, the
associated hazards are evaluated and an agreed-upon set of
ES&H standards and requirements are established which, if
properly implemented, provide adequate assurance that
employees, the public, and the environment are protected
from adverse consequences. Administrative and engineering
controls to prevent and mitigate hazards are tailored to the
work being performed and its associated hazards. Emphasis
should be on designing the work and/or controls to reduce or
eliminate the hazards and to prevent accidents and
unplanned releases and exposures. [See also Safety
Management System Policy (DOE P 450.4) and
Integrated Safety Management System Guide (DOE G
450.4-1B)].
4.2.10 Nuclear Safety Management. The documented safety
10CFR830
analysis requires a systematic identification of all natural and
man-made hazards associated with the facility. Some DOE
contracts may still contain the earlier, more general safety
analysis Order, Nuclear Safety Analysis Reports (DOE O
480.23), or it's predecessor, Safety Analysis and Review
System (DOE O 481.1B) for non-nuclear facilities.
4.2.11 Chemical Accident Prevention Provisions. Requires offsite
40CFR68
consequence analysis, development, and implementation of a
Risk Management Plan to protect the public and the
environment by preventing or minimizing the consequences
of catastrophic releases of toxic, reactive, or flammable
chemicals used in quantities at or above specified thresholds.
Inventories of chemicals must be tracked in order to ensure
that specified chemical limits are not exceeded.
4.2.12 Emergency Planning and Notification. Establishes the list of
40CFR355
extremely hazardous substances, threshold planning
quantities and facility notification responsibilities necessary
for development of state and local emergency response
plans.
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