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DOE-EM-STD-5502-94
(including the SAR) documents the hazard/accident analysis associated with radiological
and chemical materials. Documentation of other hazard analyses or assessments are in
other safety and health documents, such as contractor work packages; PSM
documentation and HASPs; Material Safety Data Sheets; Safety Assessments; Fire
Hazards Analyses; PRAs; Severe Accident Analysis; the Emergency and Hazardous
Chemical Inventory Forms; Change Analysis; Hazard Communication Program; Chemical
Hygiene Plan; Preliminary Hazards Analysis and the Activity Hazards Analysis.
Personnel preparing safety and health documents shall develop a single hazard analysis
to the extent practical which includes or references similar analyses in other safety and
health documents. This leads to the development of a consistent approach for each
element in the analysis. In addition, other sections or elements of safety and health
documents frequently mirror each other and can serve multiple functions (for example,
site wide information on emergency preparedness may be referenced to satisfy facility
specific requirements). Consistent input should be used or referenced in each of the
documents, such as the SARs, safety analyses, PSM documentation, emergency
planning documents, environmental assessment documentation, construction safety
program documents, or HASPs on the same facility.
5.7
Maintaining Safety and Health Documents
Safety and health documents shall accurately reflect the state of a facility and its
existing hazards. This can be accomplished in a number of ways (including boundary
analysis or annual updates). EM facilities typically undergo one or more life cycles
stages during the transition from operations, to deactivation and decommissioning,
and finally through environmental restoration. Waste cleanup operations and
construction projects are often dynamic activities. The potential nuclear and chemical
hazards related to a facility are initially identified to serve as the basis for classifying
that facility. As physical changes are anticipated or occur at a facility, the nature and
extent of those changes shall be evaluated and measures to mitigate new or revised
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