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Sampling equipnientdecontamination will be performed following ESP-801 (fonrnerlyESP-900)
procedures for stainless steel or metal sampling equipment with the exceptions indicated below, The
cleaning will be performed in the field eta lined temporary decontaminatian pad erected at the site.
Cleaning solutions used during equipment decontanination, with theexception of the solventrinsate,
will be disposed on site. The solvent rinsate will be collected and containerized for offsite disposal.
The revised cleaning procedure will consist of the following steps:
1. Throrghly scrub and wash the equipment in a solution of potable water and an environmentally
benign laboratory detergent (e.g. Liqninox).
2. Rinse the equipment with potable water.
3. Rinse the equipment with deionized water.
4. Rinse the equipment with laboratory grade isopropyl alcohol
5. Allow to air dry for as long as practical (a minimum of 15 minutes).
6. If the equipment is to le stored for mare than 24 hours before use, it will be wrapped in foil or
ID. EMERGENCY RESJ'ONSFIACTlON PLAN
In the event ofan emergency, all site personnel shall follow the requirements and provisions of
the OakRidge Y-12 PlanrEmergencyPlan. Emergency responseshal beprovided bytheY-12 Plant
emergency response organization. The HS0 will be in charge of personnel accountability during
emergency activities. All personnel working on site will be trained to recognize and report
emergencies to the SHS 0r Field Team [sader. The SHS or Field Team Leader will be
responsible to notify the Y-12 Plant emergency response organization. This section serves as an
emergency action plan for the project.
The Y-12 Plant emergency response organization and ES&1H Supervisor will be contacted for
emergency response to all fires, persorel injuries, chemical spills that cannot be controlled by the
on-site personnel, or other significant emergencies. The PSS coordinates 24-h emergency response
coverage from the Plant Pratection and Shift Operations Division. The PSS is assisted by a well-
trained plant emergency squad and is the overall coordinator responsible for directing the response
The emergency action plan will be reviewed periodically. The requirements of this section will
be communicated to site workers. Any new hazards or changes in the plan will also be
communicated to site workers.
10.1 POTENTIAL EMERGENCIES
Potentiatemergencies forthis projectincludefires, chemical spills,andpersonnel injury. A local
emergency manual which contains explicit instructions and information about required emergency
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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/m1/39/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.