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DOE-STD-1177-2004
c.
Describe the types, uses, and limitations of chemical detection and monitoring
equipment.
d.
Demonstrate the proper use of portable air sampling equipment.
e.
Discuss the emergency procedures associated with accidental releases of
hazardous materials to the environment, including notifications, protective
equipment, decontamination activities, and emergency rescue and treatment.
f.
Discuss the information resources associated with hazardous material releases that
are available to emergency responders.
3.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge
of health physics and radiation protection to oversee emergency activities and
provide guidance in mitigating emergencies.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the fundamentals of radiation protection as related to emergency response
to various scenarios.
b.
Discuss the emergency exposure recommendations of 10 CFR 835 Subpart N.
c.
Describe the relationship between dose and radiological injury.
d.
Discuss the following terms and concepts: uptake, biological half-life, intake,
contamination, exposure, and criticality.
e.
Describe the types, uses, and limitations of radiation detection and monitoring
equipment.
f.
Demonstrate the proper use of portable survey instruments and air samplers.
g.
Discuss the emergency procedures associated with radiological releases to the
environment, including notifications, protective equipment, decontamination
activities, and emergency rescue and treatment.
h.
Discuss the general safety precautions necessary for the handling, storage, and
disposal of radioactive material.
4.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge
of protective measures.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the types, uses, and limitations of personal protective equipment (PPE).
b.
Demonstrate proper donning and doffing of chemical or radiological emergency
response PPE.
c.
Discuss the concepts of sheltering, evacuation, and relocation.
d.
Discuss the role of Protective Action Guides, Emergency Response Planning
Guides, Temporary Emergency Exposure Limits (TEELs), Protective Action Criteria
(PACs), and Emergency Response Guide (ERG) in emergency planning and
response.
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