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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Source Reference
Applicability & Plan
Plan Element
Reference
DOE 5500.2B
(a) The protective action guidance referred to
______________
5.b
under 4.2.a.(1), above, should be protective
action guides (PAGs) promulgated by EPA
for releases of radio-active material, and
emergency response planning guidelines
(ERPGs) developed and approved by the
American Industrial Hygiene Association
for releases of non-radioactive hazardous
material.
Good Practice
(b) When the hazard is the actual or potential
______________
loss or theft of nuclear material, the
classification level need not be related to
protective action guidance, but instead may
be related to considerations such as the
attractiveness level (see DOE 5633.3) of the
nuclear material in addition to the guidance
in DOE 5500.2B.
DOE 5500.3A
(2)
Emergency action levels (e.g., individual
______________
11.c.(3)
instrument readings, equipment status, valve
positions, parameter values, onsite and/or offsite
monitor readings, material control and
accountability surveillance and detection system
indicators, etc.) should be specifically identified
in procedures and should be capable of being
observable and recognizable in a timely manner
by responsible personnel.
EMG-F/C
b.
The emergency plan and supporting procedures should
______________
describe the methodology, or methodologies, used to
develop EALs. The procedures should discuss how
the methodology(ies) provide for EALs that are:
EMG-EC
(1)
Timely - provide for early recognition and
______________
C.1.c
response.
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