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DOE-STD-1061-93
4.2.2 Facility Security and Emergency Plans
The purpose of this module is to enable the shift supervisor to perform effectively and
to provide reasonable assurance that subordinates will do likewise in the event of threats or
breaches in security and on- or offsite emergencies. Training may include topics such as the
following:
Security threats and breaches
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the security system
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security plans and procedures
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reporting requirements
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investigative responsibilities
Natural disasters
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procedures for coping with tornados, earthquakes, floods, or other natural
disasters
Facility fires
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prefire plans
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fire brigade organization and responsibilities
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offsite firefighting support
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applicable codes and standards related to fire prevention and protection
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facility Technical Safety Requirements associated with fire prevention,
detection, and protection
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transient fire loads
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fire prevention work control procedures
Radiological emergencies, onsite and offsite
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position responsibilities during an emergency
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department, group, or facility responsibilities (as applicable)
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classification of emergencies
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applicable DOE Orders and directives
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applicable federal regulations
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state requirements and plans
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reporting requirements
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local organization commitments and plans
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handling of contaminated injuries
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offsite support groups (facility and/or contracted emergency support)
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overall emergency plan, including action steps, support, and data collecting
and gathering systems, such as computers and environmental monitoring
systems
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