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Integration/interface of the following types of emergency plans


DOE-STD-1177-2004
7.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge
of command and control during an emergency.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the concept and define the components of the Incident Command System
in the context of on-site and off-site emergency response.
b.
Describe the relationship of incident command to incident mitigation.
c.
Describe the relationship of the Incident Commander to the facility/site emergency
response organization.
d.
Describe how the transfer of command should occur between facility/site emergency
response organizations.
e.
Describe how the transfer of command should occur between shifts at the incident
command post and at the emergency operations center(s).
f.
Discuss the training needed for incident commanders and the managers of the
emergency response organization.
g.
Describe the relationship and regulatory authority(ies) of the on-site emergency
organization to those of local, state, and tribal emergency response organizations.
h.
Explain the roles and responsibilities of the Shipper, Carrier, and Receiving
Organization for transportation accidents.
8.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level
knowledge of decontamination procedure s.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Describe the equipment and layout required for a decontamination area.
b.
List the basic methods of decontamination and when they would be applicable.
c.
Describe the decontamination process for chemically- or radioactively-contaminated
personnel.
d.
Demonstrate the ability to physically locate decontamination equipment at a facility
or site and to contact appropriate personnel to set up a decontamination area.
9.
Emergency management personnel shall have a familiarity level knowledge of
emergency rescue and treatment.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the field treatment and transportation requirements for badly injured
personnel.
b.
Discuss the use and implementation of Memorandums of Agreement/Understanding
with off-site medical facilities and the effect on emergency planning and response.
c.
Explain the priorities for treatment of radioactively-contaminated, injured personnel.
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