Health and safety plan for the removal action at the former YS-860 Firing Ranges, Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee Page: 28 of 52
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Outide operations will begin no earlierthan 15 min after sunrise and conclude no later than 15
min before sunset. Because most activities will be conducted during daylight hours, field
illumination measurements wi ir not normally be required. However, activities require outside work
to be done at night, a minimum of5 ft-c will be required.
Potential hazards retated to the interaction of personnel with their working environment may be
present at the site. 'Tie primary ergonomic hazards that may exist are lifting heavy loads, and
physical obstacles associated with traversing rough ground. Personnel should always position
themselves properly and lift from the legs when attempting to lift equipment. Each employee should
rely on his/her buddy to assist in lifting loads that are too heavy for one person to properly lift and
carry. Back strain, the most common ergonomic hazard in the field, can be easily avoided, provided
the om-site workers always ask for assistance when they need it.
4. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
4.1 GENERAL TRAINING REQ UIREMENTh
Personnel who enter the site during this project are subject to the following training
requirements. Training records should he available on site for review when reqtested. These
summaries include a course description and guidance on who must take each course. Table 4.1
presents the requirements in condensed format.
DOT Certificaion is required for employees who transport hazardous materials on public
highways. Bechtel Jacobs Company transportation should be contacted to identify the appropriate
level of training required.
Lead Awareness Training is required for all employees involved with the sampling and
excavation of lead-cantaminated sofl in accordance with the Lead Compliance Plan.
Genera/ Employee llaining (GE) is required for all employees and any visitor who enters the
controlled area of the Y-12 Plant to perform work for mre than [0 working days per year. This
training addresses general site features and hazards, alarm signals, and evacuation.
Radiological Worker II Thatning (Rad Worker I) is required for unescorted entry into
radiological areas, however no radiological areas have been identified at the Firing Ranges. This
training is designed to enable attendees to work safely within a radiologically contaminated area. It
is I8 hours in duration and includes donning/doffing, frisking, and general techniques for
contamination control. Certification must be kept current through the Refresher (requimd reading)
and requalification modules.
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Health and safety plan for the removal action at the former YS-860 Firing Ranges, Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, report, April 28, 1998; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc711254/m1/28/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.