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DOE-STD-1157-2002
g. Describe how heavy metals in water are measured using atomic absorption spectrophotometry.
h. Describe how volatile organics are measured.
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
17. Demonstrate working-level knowledge of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
requirements (and Mine Safety and Health Act (MSHA) requirements where facility
applicable) in the following documents:
DOE Order 440.1A, Worker Protection Management for DOE Federal and Contractor Employees
29 CFR 1910, Occupational Safety and Health Standards
29 CFR 1926, Safety and Health Regulations for Construction
30 CFR 57, Safety and Health Standards Underground Metal and Nonmetal Mines
30 CFR 58, Health Standards for Metal and Nonmetal Mines
All other applicable portions of MSHA regulations found at 30 CFR Subchapters A-K (Parts 1-
199)
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Discuss the application and impact of OSHA and/or MSHA on Department projects.
b. Identify the requirements in the OSHA and/or MSHA that form the basis of authority for project
management personnel in the oversight and management of a project.
c. Discuss the project manager responsibilities set forth in DOE Order 440.1A, Worker Protection
Management for DOE Federal and Contractor Employees.
d. Discuss the construction contractor's responsibilities under DOE 440.1A, Worker Protection
Management for DOE Federal and Contractor Employees:
Establishing a safety program
Worksite presence during work activities
Compliance by subcontractors
e. Discuss the requirements for the performance of a hazard analysis and a hazard
abatement/prevention program. Include in the discussion each of the following elements:
Responsibility for implementation
Purpose and content of the hazard analysis
Worker awareness of the hazards and hazard abatement/prevention program
f.
Discuss the contractor's responsibility for providing necessary training to employees in the area of
safety and health on the worksite.
g. Discuss the project manager's responsibility for on-site safety and health inspections.
h. Discuss the contractor's required response to an identified safety and/or health hazard.
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