DOE handbook. Chemical management

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What processes are in place to assure chemicals are not abandoned when work on a project ceases? ƒ What means are employed to ensure that the identified controls are implemented, and are operable and functioning so long as a chemical hazard is present? ƒ Is personal protective equipment required to be used for any activity involving hazardous chemicals? Has substitution of a less hazardous chemical been considered? Are engineering controls in place or planned for these operations? What other controls or measures are in place for these operations?

Are the managers, supervisors, and support staff sufficiently knowledgeable about pollution prevention and waste minimization (prevention and source reduction of hazardous materials), such that these are incorporated into their chemical hazard prevention and mitigation activities? ƒ Does the organization (internal or subcontractor) responsible for providing chemical safety support use a training implementation plan to manage staff training and qualifications? ƒ Do position descriptions for points-of-contact or coordinators responsible for chemical hazards management appropriately reflect their duties and responsibilities relative to chemical safety, as well as their training and subject matter competency?

28 DOE-HDBK-1139/1-2000 Change Notice No. 1 The Secretary also directed each Lead Program Secretarial Officer to implement programs to achieve fourteen Pollution Prevention and Energy Efficiency Leadership Goals, including waste and toxic chemical release reductions, as well as increased recycling. Pollution prevention opportunity assessments can be performed to identify the nature and amounts of waste, releases, and energy usage from processes and projects within a site's operations; identify the opportunities for pollution prevention and energy conservation; and evaluate those opportunities for feasible implementation.

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