d. Protective Actions. The plan should describe:
The protective action options that can be used in the
event of an emergency.
The process for implementing those options.
Protective Action Decision Making. The procedures
should ensure that the following are considered in
protective action decision making:
Current and projected plant or process status;
Current dose assessment and dose projection;
Expected duration of release;
Evacuation time estimates;
Local sheltering efficiencies;
Effect of current and projected meteorological
Local geography and demographics; and
Time of day.
The emergency plan should be supported by procedures
for the control, monitoring, and maintenance of records of
onsite personnel exposures to hazardous materials.
The emergency plan should:
Describe the procedure and the responsible
organization to maintain an accurate log of the
events of an emergency, including all follow-up
health and hygiene surveys.
Describe the procedure for coordination of records
with medical personnel and facilities.