TITLE:

ES&H Manual

 

DOCUMENT ID:

6680 Appendix T5

Procurement Requirements Related to Lead

 

 

1.0            Purpose

 

Procurement of material or equipment containing lead follows the procedure provided in ES&H Manual Chapter ES&H Manual Chapter 6610 Appendix T2 Chemical Requisitioning and Receiving. 

 

Procurement of subcontracted services involving lead follows:

·         The minimum requirements of ES&H Manual Chapter 3420 Appendix T2 Mitigation Requirements for Hazard Issues involving Service and Construction Procurements; and

·         This appendix.

 

2.0            Scope

 

The process steps for this procedure are coordinated with ES&H Manual Chapter 6680 Lead Handling Program, and ES&H Manual Chapter 6610 Chemical Hygiene, and ES&H Manual Chapter 3420 ES&H Aspects of Procurements

 

3.0            Responsibilities

NOTE:           Management authority may be delegated at the discretion of the responsible manager.

 

3.1              Requisitioner

·         Implement the requirements of ES&H Manual Chapter ES&H Manual Chapter 6610 Appendix T2 Chemical Requisitioning and Receiving or ES&H Manual Chapter 3420 Appendix T2 Mitigation Requirements for Hazard Issues involving Service and Construction Procurements, and this appendix when making procurements involving lead.

 

4.0            Process Steps

 

4.1              Material and Equipment

 

·         Read and abide by the requirements provided in ES&H Manual Chapter ES&H Manual Chapter 6610 Appendix T2 Chemical Requisitioning and Receiving. 

 

4.2              Subcontracted Services

 

·         Read and abide by the requirements of ES&H Manual Chapter 3420 ES&H Aspects of Procurements.

 

·         Project specifications are to include:

o   Reference OSHA lead standards for construction (1926.62) or general industry (1910.1025) as appropriate for the project.

o   Accurately describe the nature of the work, and any other useful information, to ensure the adequate protection of everyone at Jefferson Lab. 

o   Require either a written activity hazard analysis or safety plan be submitted prior to work.  To be considered adequate this plan shall include:

§  Lead-dust control or other special work methods

§  Job-site housekeeping processes

§  Industrial hygiene or medical Monitoring requirements

 

5.0            Revision Summary

 

Revision 1 – 02/02/12 – Updated to reflect current laboratory operations.

 

 

 

ISSUING AUTHORITY

TECHNICAL

POINT-OF-CONTACT

APPROVAL DATE

EXPIRATION DATE

REV.

 

 

ESH&Q Division

Jennifer Williams

02/02/12

02/02/15

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