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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
Sources10
Consolidated Requirements
4.1.1
A hazard prevention/abatement process shall be
DOE O 440.1A, sec. 4(j)
implemented to ensure that all identified hazards are
managed through final abatement or control.
4.1.1.1 Controls shall be incorporated into facility design
DOE O 440.1A, sec. 4(j)(1)
and procedures.
4.1.1.2 Abatement actions shall be prioritized based on
DOE O 440.1A, sec. 4(j)(2)
risks to workers and promptly implemented for
existing hazards identified in the workplace.
Workers shall be protected immediately from
imminent danger conditions.
4.1.1.3 Hazard controls shall be selected using the
DOE O 440.1A, sec. 4(j)(4);
following hierarchy: (1) Elimination of the hazard
through practices such as chemical substitution or
29CFR1910.120(g)(1);
process modification; (2) Engineering controls; (3)
29CFR1910.134(a);
Work practices and administrative controls; and (4)
Personal protective equipment
4.1.1.4 Workers shall be informed of and involved in
DOE O 440.1A, sec. (4)(e);
identifying and controlling workplace hazards,
including decisions on selection of PPE.
29CFR1910.1200(h)(1- 3);
4.1.2
An industrial hygiene program shall be implemented by
DOE O 440.1A, Attachment
professionally- and technically-qualified industrial
1, sec. 5;
hygienists to reduce the risk of work-related disease or
DOE O 440.1A, Attachment
illness in all chemical operations including laboratories.
2;
The program shall specify appropriate process modification
(including chemical substitution), engineering,
administrative, work practice, and/or personal protective
control methods to limit exposures to hazardous materials
to acceptable levels.
4.2 Hazardous Operations30 (see definition)
4.2.1
An appropriate combination of chemical substitution,
engineering and administrative controls (including the
appropriate application of detection methodologies), safe
DOE-STD-1120-98;
work practices, and PPE shall be implemented to
DOE-STD-3009-94;
prevent/mitigate adverse impacts from hazardous chemicals
DOE-STD-3011-94;
on workers, the public, or environment.
DOE-STD-3016-99
10CFR830 Subpart B,
204(b)(4);
29
This requirement of the DOE Acquisition Regulations (DEAR, ES&H Clause) requires development and implementation of
controls as part of an overall documented safety management system.
30
The requirements for hazardous operations are in addition to requirements associated with those activities specified in Section
4.1.
40


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