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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Planning Standard: The emergency plan should describe operational emergency classes and address
emergency action levels (EALs), the specific guidance used to recognize and classify events, and their
development.
Evaluation Guidance:
Source Reference
Applicability & Plan
Plan Element
Reference
4.1 Definitions
DOE 5500.3A
a.
The emergency plan should provide that operational
______________
11.c.(3)
emergencies involving or affecting DOE facilities be
characterized as one of the operational emergency
classes (i.e., Alert, Site Area Emergency, or General
Emergency) in accordance with DOE 5500.2B.
EMG-F/C
b.
The plan should state the definitions of the operational
______________
emergency classes. For consistency, the emergency
plan may repeat the definitions in the DOE order.
4.2 Emergency Action Levels
29 CFR
a.
The emergency plan and supporting procedures should
______________
1910.120(q)(2)(3)
briefly describe the guidance for each classification of
EMG-F/C
operational emergency at the facility or site. The
emergency plan or procedures should provide that:
EMG-EC
(1) The results of a hazards assessment be used to
______________
C.2.e;
identify specific event indicators corresponding to
EMG-F/C
actual or potential incident consequences that
equal or exceed a protective action Guidance at
either the facility or the site boundary, and that
the specific values or other indicators become the
EALs.


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