Subpart D-hazwop

Subpart D-hazwop - Hazardous Waste Operations And Emergency...

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Hazardous Waste Operations And Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) 29 CFR 1910.120
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Scope Clean-up Operations At Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Sites Certain Operations At Treatment, Storage And Disposal (TSD) Facilities Emergency Response Operations For The Release Or Substantial Threat Of A Release Of Hazardous Substances
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Application Clean-up Operations Must Comply With All Paragraphs Of The Standard Except (P) And (Q) Operations At TSD Facilities Must Comply With Paragraph (P) Emergency Response Operations Not Covered As A Clean-up Operation Or TSD Facility Must Comply With Paragraph (Q)
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Site Safety And Health Program An Organizational Structure For Site Operations Including Provision For A General Supervisor And A Site Safety And Health Supervisor A Comprehensive Work Plan A Site Specific Safety And Health Plan
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Site Safety And Health Program (continued) Safety And Health Training Program Medical Surveillance Program Standard Operating Procedures For Safety And Health Any Necessary Interface Between The General Program And The Site Specific Activities
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Site Characterization And Analysis Hazardous Waste Sites Shall Be Evaluated To Determine Appropriate Safety And Health Control Procedures Preliminary Evaluation Shall Be Performed Prior To Entry With A More Detailed Evaluation Immediately Upon Initial Entry
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Site Characterization And Analysis (continued) PPE For Initial Entry Shall Provide Protection From Known Or Suspected Hazards If Hazards Or Suspected Hazards Are Not Identified During The Preliminary Evaluation, Level “B” Protection, As A Minimum, Shall Be Provided For Initial Entry
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Site Control Site Control Shall Be Implemented Before Work Begins The Site Control Plan Shall Be Developed During The Planning Phases Of The Operation
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Elements Of Site Control Plan Site Map Site Work Zones Use Of The Buddy System Site Communications And Alerting Procedures For Emergencies Standard Operating Procedures Identification Of Nearest Medical Assistance
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Training Training Shall Be Provided For Site Workers, Supervisors And Managers Training Is Required Prior To Job Assignment
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Required Training General Site Workers 40 Hours Plus 3 Days Supervised Field Experience Occasional Site Workers 24 Hours 1 Day Supervised Field Experience
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Required Training (continued) Regular Workers In Areas Of Low Exposure 24 Hours 1 Day Supervised Field Experience Managers And Supervisors 40 Hours 8 Hours Of Specialized Training Eight Hours Annual Refresher Training
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Medical Surveillance Certain Categories Of Employees Prior To: Assignment Periodically (Normally Annually) Termination Or Reassignment If An Employee Shows Signs Or Symptoms Overexposure Injured Becomes Ill Because Of Exposure
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Physician’s Written Opinion Shall Include Medical Conditions That Put The Employee At Increased Risk Recommended Limitations On Employee’s
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2008 for the course CON 356 taught by Professor Burl during the Spring '08 term at Bradley.

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Subpart D-hazwop - Hazardous Waste Operations And Emergency...

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