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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Source
Applicability &
Reference
Plan Element
Plan Reference
8.3 Equipment
DOE 5500.3A
a.
The plan should provide for immediate, onsite first aid
_______________
11.c.(7)(a);
and emergency medical treatment. The plan should
EMG-EMS
provide for first aid stations at key locations on each site
D;
for immediate aid to injured personnel. The following
EMG-F/C
should be described or identified:
8.3;
EMG-FE E.4
(1)
Key locations that are determined by related
_______________
hazards assessments; guidance on facilities and
equipment; and recommendations by appropriate
fire, rescue, and medical personnel and technicians.
(2)
The facilities, supplies, equipment, and personnel
_______________
trained to manage anticipated injuries.
(3)
As necessary, temporary first aid stations at safe
_______________
locations as determined by health protection
personnel and as defined by relevant EPZs and/or
plume projections; and procedures for providing
equipment and supplies for these temporary first
aid stations.
29 CFR
b. The plan should provide for onsite medical decon-
_______________
1910.120(q)
tamination and treatment centers capable of handling
(2)(viii);
individuals who may be injured and contaminated with
EMG-EMS
radioactive and/or hazardous material.
F;
EMG-F/C
8.1, 8.3
_______________
EMG-EXEC
(1)
The procedures should emphasize medical
Crit. H.5.3
treatment versus radiological or chemical
decontamination, for contaminated/injured
personnel.
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