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This Page Intentionally Left Blank, EMERGENCY SAFETY 1 Incident Name 2 Date Time Prepared 3 Operational Period 4 Attachments Attach MSDS for. and RESPONSE PLAN each Chemical, 5 Organization IC UC Safety Entry Team Backup Team Decon Team. Div Group Supv, 6 a Physical Hazards and 6 b Confined Space Noise Heat Stress Cold Stress Electrical Animal Plant Insect Ergonomic Ionizing Rad. Protection Slips Trips Falls Struck by Water Violence Excavation Biomedical waste and or needles Fatigue Other specify. 6 c 6d Entry 6 e 6f 6g Shoes 6 h 6i 6j 6l Work 6 m 6 n Signs 6 p Fall 6 q 6 r 6 s 6 t. Permit Ventilate Hearing type Hard Clothing Life Rest hrs Fluids Protect Post Flash Work Other. Tasks Controls, Protection Hats cold wx Jacket amt time Barricade Guards Protect Gloves. 7 a Agent 7 b Hazards 7 c Target Organs 7 d Exposure Routes 7 f PPE 7 g Type of PPE. Explosive Radioactive Eyes Nose Skin Ears Inhalation Face Shield. Flammable Carcinogen Central Nervous System Absorption Eyes. Reactive Oxidizer Respiratory Throat Ingestion Gloves. Biomedical Corrosive Lungs Heart Liver Injection Inner Suit. Toxic Specify Other Kidney Blood Lungs Membrane Splash Suit. Circulatory Gastrointestinal Level A Suit, Bone Other Specify SCBA APR.
Cartridges, Fire Resistance, 8 Instruments 8 a Action 8 b Chemical Name s 8 c 8 d Odor 8 e Ceiling 8 f 8 g Flash Pt 8 h Vapor 8 i Vapor 8 j Specific 8 l. Levels LEL UEL Thresh IDLH STEL TLV Ignition Pt Pressure Density Gravity Boiling. Ppm F or C mm Pt F or C, Colorimetric, ICS 208 CG SSP A Page 1 rev 4 15 Page of. EMERGENCY SAFETY 1 Incident Name 2 Date Time Prepared 3 Operational Period 4 Attachments Attach SDS for each. and RESPONSE PLAN Chemical, 9 Decontamination Suit Wash Bottle Exchange SCBA Mask Rinse Intervening Steps Specify. Instrument Drop Off Decon Agent Water Outer Suit Removal Inner Glove Removal. Outer Boots Glove Removal Other Inner Suit Removal Work Clothes Removal. Suit Gloves Boot Disposal Specify SCBA Mask Removal Body Shower. 10 Site Map Include Work Zones Locations of Hazards Security Perimeter Places of Refuge Decontamination Line Evacuation Routes Assembly Point Direction of North. Attached Drawn Below, 11 a Potential Emergencies 11 b Evacuation Alarms 11 c Emergency Prevention and Evacuation Procedures. Fire Horn Blasts Safe Distance, Explosion Bells Rings.
Other Radio Code, 12 a Communications 12 b Command 12 c Tactical 12 d Entry. Radio Phone Other, 13 a Site Security 13 b Procedures 13 c Equipment. Personnel Assigned, 14 a Emergency Medical 14 b Procedures 14 c Equipment. Personnel Assigned, 15 Prepared by 16 Date Time Briefed ICS 208 CG SSP A Page 2. rev 4 15 Page of, EMERGENCY SAFETY AND RESPONSE PLAN ICS 208 CG SSP A.
Purpose The Emergency Safety and Response Plan provides the Safety Officer and ICS personnel a plan for safeguarding personnel during the. initial emergency phase of the response It is only used during the emergency phase of the response which is defined as a situation involving an. uncontrolled release It is also intended to meet the requirements of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response HAZWOPER. regulation Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations Part 1910 120. Preparation The Safety Officer or his her designated staff starts the Emergency Site Safety and Response Plan They initially address the hazards. common to all operations involved in the response initial site characterization Outside support organizations must be contacted to ensure the plan. is consistent with other plans local state other federal plans Form ICS 208 CG SSP G need not be completed if this form is used When the. operation proceeds into the post emergency phase site stabilized and cleanup operations begun forms ICS 208 CG SSP B and ICS 208 CG SSP G. should be used For large incidents the Emergency Site Safety and Response Plan complements the Incident Action Plan For smaller incidents the. Emergency Site Safety and Response Plan complements ICS 201. Distribution The Emergency Safety and Response Plan completed by the Safety Officer is forwarded to the Planning Section Chief Copies are. made and attached to the ICS 204 Assignment List s The Operations Section Chief Directors Supervisors or Leaders get a copy of the plan They. must ensure it is available on site for all personnel to review The Safety Officer is responsible for ensuring that the Emergency Site Safety and. Response Plan properly addresses the hazards of the operation The Safety Officer accomplishes this through on site enforcement and feedback to. the operational units, Instructions, Item Item Title Instructions. 1 Incident Name Print the name assigned to the incident. 2 Date Time Prepared Enter date month day year prepared. 3 Operational Period Enter the time interval for which the assignment applies. 4 Attachments Enter attachments Material Safety Data Sheets are mandatory under 1910 120 Safe Work Practices may. also be attached, 5 Organization List the personnel responsible for these positions IC and Safety Officer are mandatory. 6 Physical Hazards Check off the physical hazards at the site Identify the major tasks involved in the response skimming. Protection lightering overpacking etc Check off the controls that would be used to safeguard workers from the. physical hazards for each major task, 7 Chemical Agent List the chemicals involved in the response Chemicals may be listed numerically Check off the hazards. potential health effects pathway of dispersion and exposure route of the chemical Numbers corresponding. to the chemical may be entered into the check blocks to differentiate Check off the PPE to be used. Identify the type of PPE selected for example gloves butyl rubber. 8 Instruments Indicate the instruments being used for monitoring List the action levels adjacent to the instruments being. used Identify the chemicals being monitored 2 List the physical parameters of the chemicals Use a. separate form for additional chemicals monitored, EMERGENCY SAFETY AND RESPONSE PLAN FORM ICS 208 CG SSP A Instructions Continued. 9 Decontamination Check off the decontamination steps to be used Numbers may be entered to indicate the preferred sequence. Identify any intervening steps necessary on the form or in a separate attachment. 10 Site Map Draw a rough site map Ensure all the information listed is identified on the map. 11 Potential Identify any potential emergencies that may occur If none so state Check off the appropriate alarms that. Emergencies may be used Identify emergency prevention and evacuation procedures in the space provided or on a. separate attached sheet, 12 Communications Indicate type of site communications phone radio Indicate phone numbers or frequencies for the.
command tactical and entry functions, 13 Site Security Identify the personnel assigned Identify security procedures in the space provided or on a separate attached. sheet Identify the equipment needed to support security operations. 14 Emergency Medical Identify the personnel assigned Identify emergency medical procedures in the space provided or on a. separate attached sheet Identify the equipment needed to support security operations. 15 Prepared by Enter the name and position of the person completing the worksheet. 16 Date time briefed Enter the date time the document was briefed to the appropriate workers and by whom. EMERGENCY SITE 1 Incident Name 2 Date Time Prepared 3 Operational Period 4 Attachments. NON HAZARDOUS Y on N, ASSESSMENT FORM, 5 SCENE Name of Group Branch or Safety Officer Staging Manager OSC. CONTACTS Division, 6 a 6 b Confined Space Noise Heat Stress Cold Stress Electrical Animal Plant Insect Ergonomic. Physical Ionizing Rad Slips Trips Falls Struck by Water Violence Excavation Biomedical waste and or. Hazards Onsite needles Fatigue Other specify, 6 c 6d 6 e 6f 6g 6 h 6i 6j 6l 6 m 6 n 6 p 6 q 6 r 6 s. Work Assignments Electrical Eye Ear Foot Hard Clothin Life Work Fluids Signs Fall Security Hand Other. Job Tasks Hazard Face Protecti Protec Hats g Vest Rest amt ti Barricade Hazard Issues Protection. Hazar on tion cold h hrs me Gloves, ds type ot wx, 7 Comments.
ICS 208 CG SSP A2 Non Hazardous Page 1 Rev 4 15 Page of. EMERGENCY SITE 1 Incident Name 2 Date Time Prepared 3 Operational Period 4 Attachments Y or N. NON HAZARDOUS, ASSESSMENT FORM CONT D, 8 Any Reported Illnesses or Injuries Y or N. If so what type of Injury Location of Injury, Was this recorded on CG 209 Y or N Was the persons Agency informed of injury Y or N. 9 Site Map Include Work Zones Locations of Hazards Security Perimeter Places of Refuge Decontamination Line Evacuation Routes. Assembly Point Direction of North Attached Drawn Below. 10 a Potential Emergencies 10 b Evacuation Alarms 10 c Emergency Prevention and Evacuation Procedures. Fire Horn Blasts Safe Distance, Explosion Bells Rings. Other Radio Code, 11 a Communications 11 b Command 11 c Tactical 11 d Staging Area. Radio Phone Other, 12 a Emergency Medical 12 b Procedures 12 c Equipment.
Personnel Assigned, 13 Prepared by 14 Date Time Briefed ICS 208 CG SSP A2 Non. Hazardous Page 2 rev 4 15, EMERGENCY SITE NON HAZARD ASSESSMENT FORM ICS 208 CG SSP A2. Purpose The Emergency Site Non Hazard Assessment Form provides the Safety Officer and ICS personnel a plan for safeguarding personnel. during the initial emergency phase of the response when an uncontrolled release is NOT present It is also intended to meet the requirements. of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response HAZWOPER regulation Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations Part 1910 120. Preparation The Safety Officer or his her Assistant Safety Officer will start the Emergency Site Non Hazard Assessment Form They initially. address the possibility for employee worker exposure to safety and health hazards in all operations involved in the response initial site. characterization Outside support organizations must be contacted to ensure the plan is consistent with other plans local state other federal. plans When the operation proceeds into the post emergency phase site stabilized and cleanup operations begun forms ICS 208 CG SSP B and. ICS 208 CG SSP G should be used For large incidents the Emergency Site Non Hazard Assessment Form will complement the Incident Action. Plan For smaller incidents the Emergency Site Non Hazard Assessment Form will complement ICS 201 form. Distribution The Emergency Site Non Hazard Assessment Form completed by the Safety Officer is forwarded to the Planning Section Chief. Copies are made and attached to the Assignment List s ICS Form 204 The Operations Section Chief DIVS Division Group Supervisor. Supervisors or Leaders get a copy of the plan They must ensure it is available on site for all personnel to review The Safety Officer is. responsible for ensuring that the Emergency Site Non Hazard Assessment Form properly addresses the hazards of the operation The Safety. Officer accomplishes this through on site enforcement and feedback to the operational units. Instructions, Item Item Title Instructions, 1 Incident Name Print the name assigned to the incident. 2 Date Time Prepared Enter date month day year prepared. 3 Operational Period Enter the time interval for which the assignment applies. 4 Attachments Enter attachments Injury Logs or reports Any required supplies or PPE CG213RR and any Safe. Practices initiated, 5 Scene Contacts Area Assessed List the personnel responsible for these positions IC and Safety Officer are. 6 Physical Hazards Check off the physical hazards at the site Identify the major tasks involved in the response skimming. Onsite lightering over packing etc Check off the controls that would be used to safeguard workers from the. Protection physical hazards for each major task, 7 Comments Other Physical Hazards seen Suggested Control Measures CG213RR order number assigned to a Control.
Measure to safeguard workers, 8 Any Reported Any Illnesses or Injuries in Assessed Area If so what was the Illness or Injury Was an ICS CG209. Illnesses or Injuries Incident Status Summary filled out or updated Was the persons Agency informed. 9 Site Map Draw a rough site map Ensure all the information listed is identified on the map. 10 Potential Identify any potential emergencies that may occur If none so state Check off the appropriate alarms that. Emergencies may be used Identify emergency prevention and evacuation procedures in the space provided or on a. separate attached sheet, 11 Communications Indicate type of site communications phone radio Indicate phone numbers or frequencies for the. command tactical and entry functions, 12 Emergency Medical Identify the personnel assigned Identify emergency medical procedures in the space provided or on a. separate attached sheet Identify the equipment needed to support security operations. 13 Prepared by Enter the name and position of the person completing the worksheet. 14 Date time briefed Enter the date time the document was briefed to the appropriate workers IMT members and by whom. CG ICS SITE SAFETY PLAN SSP 1 Incident Name 2 Date Time Prepared 3 Operational Period 4 Safety Officer include method of. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION contact, EVAL CONTROL, 5 Supervisor Leader 6 Location and Size of Site 7 Site Accessibility 8 For Emergencies Contact 9 Attachments Attach MSDS for each. Land Water Air Chemical OR CG 213RR for Ordering, Comments items from Block 10 e.
10 a 10 b 10 c Potential Injury Health 10 d Exposure 10 e. Site Safety and Health Plan ICS 208 CG rev 4 15 Incident Name Date Time Prepared Operational Period Purpose The ICS Compatible Site Safety and Health Plan is designed for safety and health personnel that use the Incident Command System ICS It is compatible with ICS and is intended to meet the requirements of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response regulation Title 29

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