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HAZWOPER: On-Site Safety Considerations – SS1038F (14 min.)

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The Site Safety Plan must contain contingency plans for unpredictable events such as fire or physical injury.
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Written plans can cause ambiguity, misinterpretation and mistakes.
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The Site Safety Plan should include:
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The plan should be signed by lead persons from responding organizations.
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Whenever possible, instructions should be written.
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It is the responsibility of the personnel involved at the site to comply with the requirements of the plan.
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A Site Safety Plan must be prepared and reviewed by qualified personnel for each hazardous substance response.
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The safety plan must be periodically reviewed to keep it current and technically correct.
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As an incident progresses, the plan should be _______ in order to keep current with present conditions.
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Remedial actions cannot be described as clean-ups.
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Remedial actions can also be described as:
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The purpose of a site control program is to:
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The purpose of a Site Safety and Health Plan is to:
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Whenever possible, the Site Safety Plan should be:
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Emergencies can only last a few hours.
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The plan should be _____ to make sure it will work in an emergency.
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Once the plan is implemented, it should be periodically examined to reflect any changes in conditions or operations.
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The plan’s scope, detail and length are based on:
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The Site Safety Plan must contain contingency plans for unpredictable events such as:
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Emergencies vary depending on: