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DOE-STD-3014-96
Section A.1). In those rare cases, the following additional screening guidelines
may be applied:
d.
Radiological exposures - the facility inventory exceeds 25 times the Hazard
Category 2 threshold quantities provided in DOE-STD-1027-92;2
e.
Hazardous material exposure - Emergency Response Planning Guidelines -
Level 3 (ERPG-3), as established by the AIHA to the maximally exposed worker
located at or beyond 300 m (984 ft) from the facility; or
f.
Hazardous material exposure where ERPG-3 has not been established - the
Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) criteria specified in the latest
National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommendation (or
a successor document) to the maximally exposed worker located at or beyond
300 m (984 ft) from the facility.
Impact Frequency Evaluation Guideline. The results of the impact frequency evaluation
4.2
step will be compared to the following guideline for the frequency of aircraft impact:
a.
Frequency of aircraft impact into a facility from all types of aircraft - 1E-6/y.
4.3
Structural Screening and Evaluation Guideline. The results of the structural response
calculation will be compared to the following guidelines for various types of damage:
a.
Local damage to reinforced concrete targets:
1.
scabbing - to prevent scabbing, required wall thickness is 110 percent of
the predicted scabbing thickness;
2
Threshold quantities for criticality are not used for comparison to the facility inventory, since the comparison is based
on dose.
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