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DOE-STD-1177-2004
non-technical competencies and should not be defined as those needed to obtain basic education
in the subject matter of the standard. In contrast, competencies are defined as those an individual
in the functional area must possess to ensure that DOE defense nuclear facilities and programs
are operated in accordance with applicable safety, health, and environmental requirements.
Competencies from the General Technical Base Qualification Standard should not be repeated
unless the level of knowledge is being raised, e.g. from familiarity level to working level.]
General Technical
1.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level
knowledge of the relationship of other disciplines to the emergency management
function and the ability to work with personnel in these other disciplines.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Explain the roles and responsibilities of each of the following disciplines to emergency
management:
In
? tegrated Safety Management
Health Physics
Environmental Transport & Diffusion (air and water)
Industrial Hygiene
Chemistry
Biology
Worker and Public Health & Safety
Hazardous Material (storage, handling, & transport)
Criticality Safety
Explosives Safety
Environmental Protection
Detection & Monitoring (radiological and non-radiological)
Consequence Assessment (models & codes)
Protective Measures (personal protective equipment, sheltering, decontamination,
evacuation, & relocation)
Fire Protection/Fire Suppression Operations
Operations & Maintenance
Security
Law Enforcement
Medical
Public Affairs
Legal
2.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge
of hazardous material safety to oversee emergency activities and to provide
guidance in mitigating emergencies.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the concerns associated with the use of hazardous materials.
b.
Discuss the general safety precautions necessary for the handling, storage, and
disposal of hazardous materials, to include explosive, flammable and combustible
substances.
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