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DOE-STD-1177-2004
e.
Discuss protective actions and their effectiveness with regard to hazards and
events.
f.
Discuss protective action recommendations with regard to general public
implementation.
5.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge
of agency response to an emergency.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the concept of Emergency Public Information and the role of the Joint
Information Center in disseminating information to the Public in an emergency.
b.
Discuss the use and implementation of Memorandums of Agreement/Understanding
with off-site agencies and the effect on emergency planning and response.
c.
Discuss the role of the Protective Force in response to an emergency.
d.
Discuss the medical needs in response to an emergency.
e.
Using a facility exercise scenario, develop a Protective Force deployment plan for
the event. Discuss the plan with the Protective Force management.
f.
Using a facility exercise scenario and the site medical emergency response plans,
develop potential casualties and triage issues for the event. Discuss with the site
medical staff.
6.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level
knowledge of the concepts associated with atmospheric transport and diffusion
and environmental protection.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss wind speed, wind direction, and stability as related to emergency
assessment and response.
b.
Describe the concepts of concentration and deposition and their relationship to
emergency planning and response.
c.
Define the terms ground water, surface water, and aquifer and discuss transport
and diffusion in these media in the context of emergency planning and response.
d.
Discuss the concepts of ecosystem and habitat in the context of environmental
protection as part of emergency planning and response.
e.
Describe the role of the consequence assessment process, including the use of
modeling techniques and computer codes and the integration of monitoring
information.
f.
Demonstrate basic thumb rule-type calculations to estimate the distance from an
atmospheric chemical or radiological release that respiratory protection would be
required.
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