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(if the chemicals are not listed in 29 CFR 1910.119), shall develop the same safety
documentation as required for non-nuclear facilities (per DOE 5481.1B).
5.3
Hazard Baseline Documentation Criteria for EM Non-Nuclear Facilities
A facility is categorized as "non-nuclear" if the amount of radioactive material po-
tentially releasable from a facility is less than the RQ value listed in Appendix B to
Table 302.4 of 40 CFR 302 and the amount of potentially releasable hazardous
material exceeds the RQ values listed in Table 302.4 to 40 CFR 302. A non-nuclear
facility shall comply with DOE 5481.1B, Safety Analysis and Review System, for the
development, documentation, review, and approval of safety analyses. A safety
analysis shall be documented in accordance with DOE 5481.1B (Chapter 1, sections 3
(a) and (d), and Chapter 2, sections 2 and 4) or in an auditable safety analysis. Non-
nuclear facilities with inventories at or above 29 CFR 1910.119 thresholds or the levels
specified in 40 CFR 355, (if the chemicals are not listed in 29 CFR 1910.119), shall
develop a safety analysis. Non-nuclear facilities with hazardous material inventories
between PSM thresholds and potentially releasable 40 CFR 320 levels, shall develop
auditable safety analyses.
Contractors for EM non-nuclear facilities with hazardous waste activities shall also
develop and maintain an up-to-date HASP. The HASP process shall incorporate the
results of, or document an auditable safety analysis (similar to a SAR but with much
reduced content and requirements) which may be integrated into the task analysis, if a
non-nuclear SAR is not developed. EM non-nuclear facilities shall develop safety
procedures in keeping with the requirements of the HASP. The principles and
requirements of PSM, that is the team approach to process and hazards analysis, shall
be integrated into the non-nuclear safety analysis process if the thresholds established
in 29 CFR 1910.119, are reached or exceeded. If the elements of PSM documentation
are integrated into the safety analysis and/or HASP, then a separate document for
PSM is not needed.
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