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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
(g)(1);
4.2.1.1 Written operating procedures shall be developed
that include (1) precautions necessary to prevent
worker exposure to chemical hazards, e.g.,
chemical substitution/process change, engineering
controls, administrative controls and PPE); (2)
control measures to be taken if physical contact or
airborne exposure to chemical hazards can occur;
(3) fire safety procedures that govern the use and
storage of combustible, flammable and other
hazardous materials; (4) measures for controlling
hazardous chemical inventory; and (5) any
required safety systems and their functions.
4.2.1.2 Process safety equipment and engineering controls
shall have (1) written procedures on maintaining
their integrity; (2) training of personnel involved
in process maintenance activities; (3) documented
inspection and testing that meets manufacturer's
recommendations and good engineering practices;
(4) prompt correction of deficiencies that are
outside of acceptable operating limits;
4.2.1.3 Safe work practices shall be implemented such as
lockout/tagout; permitted confined space entry;
removal of non-essential personnel from
(g)(1);
hazardous material areas; and site and building
access control.
4.2.1.4 Hot work operations (e.g., cutting, welding,
brazing) conducted on or near hazardous
operations shall be in accordance with fire
prevention and protection requirements in
29CFR1910.252(a) and shall have a permit that
authorizes the work to be performed.
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