b. Establishment of general guidance for resumption of
normal operations and restoration to pre-emergency
Detailed assessment of residual hazard and
investigation into root causes of the accident.
Planning and scheduling of recovery tasks,
including development of a Recovery Plan as
Restoration of the facility, site and environment.
For emergencies involving a safeguards and security
incident, the plan should provide for conduct of special
inventories or other measures during recovery to ensure
that security and control of facilities, nuclear materials,
and sensitive/classified information have not been
The following guidance apply to hazardous waste
facilities subject to RCRA regulation. Emergency
planning for such hazardous waste facilities must provide
d. Immediately after an emergency, the emergency
coordinator must provide for treating, storing, or
disposing of recovered waste, contaminated soil or
surface water, or any other material that results from a
release, fire, or explosion at the facility.
40 CFR 264.56
The emergency coordinator must ensure that, in the
affected area(s) of the facility:
No waste that may be incompatible with the
released material is treated, stored, or disposed of
until cleanup procedures are completed; and
All emergency equipment listed in the contingency
plan is cleaned and fit for its intended use before
operations are resumed.