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Hazard Baseline Documentation Criteria for EM Non-Nuclear Facilities
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Integration of Safety and Health Requirements and Criteria


DOE-EM-STD-5502-94
5.4
Hazard Baseline Documentation Criteria for Other EM Industrial Facilities
Contractors shall implement recognized industrial practices (i.e., comply with safety
and health requirements as mandated by OSHA), regardless of whether the amount of
radioactive and hazardous material potentially releasable from a facility is less than the
RQ values listed in 40 CFR 302 and its corresponding appendices.
A HASP is
required for all facilities with, or dealing with, hazardous waste activities. EM industrial
facilities that do not deal with hazardous waste activities such as office buildings or
parking lots may ensure the safety of workers through their appropriate OSHA safety
and health programs and other related requirements such as construction safety
requirements. Recognized industrial practices shall include measures primarily
focused at the protection of workers. Measures to mitigate standard industrial hazards
or accident scenarios may be embodied in procedures. Examples include hoisting and
rigging safety requirements, fall protection, fire protection, electrical safety, and the
cleanup of chemical spills (below thresholds). Health and safety requirements for
construction projects shall be analyzed and documented in accordance with both 29
CFR 1926 and DOE 5480.9A.
5.5
Health and Safety Plans
For all EM facilities having or dealing with hazardous waste, a HASP shall be developed
in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.120 as mandated by DOE 5480.4 and DOE 5483.1A.
It shall, as a minimum, cover each site, task, operation, activity, or project defined in the
workplan, and address the following elements:
A. Health and safety risk or hazard identification for each site task, operation,
activity, or project defined in the workplan. All chemical, radiological, and physical
hazards, e.g. noise and heat, must be identified in the HASP. Actions taken to
mitigate risks or hazards shall be identified. This risk or hazard identification should
have a common basis with, or integrate the results of other documents such as a
SAR or ASA;
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