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DOE-STD-1177-2004
g.
Discuss the purpose and capabilities of the Radiological Emergency Assistance
Center/Training Site.
h.
Using facility exercise scenarios, simulate requesting appropriate National
Response Asset assistance for various events.
i.
Describe the roles and responsibilities of the Department in support of the Federal
Response Plan, the Federal Radiological Emergency Response Plan, the National
Contingency Plan, and the National Response Plan (NRP) referred to in Homeland
Security Presidential Directive/HSPD-5.
14.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate an expert level knowledge
of the notification and event classification requirements in Department of Energy
(DOE) Order 151.1B.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Define the categories and classes of emergency events.
b.
Define and discuss the notification requirements for the reporting of emergency
events.
c.
Discuss the maximum time frame to make notifications (initial and follow-up) to
offsite-facility (HQ, State, local, etc.) agencies after an emergency has been
declared. Include in this discussion a description of the priorities for making these
notifications.
d.
Discuss the reasons for making initial and follow-up notifications to off-site
agencies.
e.
For various credible emergencies at a facility, simulate making required internal and
external notifications using applicable checklists.
15.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge
of the following guidelines sufficient to apply them to emergency management
activities.
Emergency Response Planning Guidelines (ERPGs)
Protective Action Guides (PAGs)
Temporary Emergency Exposure Limits (TEELs)
Protective Action Criteria (PACs)
Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG)
DOE Manual 460.2-1, Radioactive Material Transportation Practices Manual
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the development and implementation of ERPGs, PAGs, TEELs, PACs, and
the ERG and alternatives to use where they do not exist.
b.
Discuss the relationship between the Emergency Response Planning Guidelines
and the Protective Action Guides.
c.
Discuss the philosophy of Emergency Action Levels (EALs), both symptomatic and
event-based, that are required by DOE Order 151.1B.
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