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ES&H Manual

 

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5400 Appendix T1

Summary of ES&H Documentation Requirements

 

 

1.0          ESH&Q Documentation Listing

 

Jefferson Lab prepares documentation and keeps records for various periods of time as defined in agreements, programs, or according to other arrangements.  Most documentation and recordkeeping requirements are identified in the Department of Energy (DOE)/Jefferson Associates, LLC (JSA) Contract, and generally serve the function of good business practices.

 

Documentation and recordkeeping requirements for most Jefferson Lab Environmental, Safety, Health, and Quality (ESH&Q) programs are identified in the following tables.  Staff that have specific documentation and recordkeeping responsibilities are referenced with position titles listed in Table 12.

 

Text Box: Note that all requirements identified in column 2 have been identified as a regulatory or other contractual commitment.  Refer to ES&H Manual Chapter 2410 Hazard Issues and Contractual Commitments.

 

Table 1: Workplace Safety Management

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

29 CFR 1910.1200

Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) Standard

 

A written HAZCOM program for hazardous materials including warning labeling, training, and other information.

·  The latest Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each substance has to be kept on file in the workplace and be readily accessible to employees.  [MSDSC]

·  Identification and inventory of all hazardous chemicals.  [IH]

·  Related employee training policies.  [IH]

·  Exposure Records - see Table 3

·  MSDSs for substances used on-site shall be maintained until archived.  [MSDSC]

·  Archived MSDSs are kept for a period of thirty years.  [ESH&QRM]

2

ES&H Manual Ch. 5300 (ref. DOE O 232.1(A))

Occurrence Reporting Processing System (ORPS)

Reports required for submittal to the ORPS database for events that meet reporting criteria.  The Facility Manager (FM) approves report information for entry into the DOE ORPS database.  [ESH&QRM]

Appropriate records are maintained in the ORPS database indefinitely.  [ESH&QRM]

3

DOE/JSA

Contract

Price Anderson Amendments Act (PAAA)

Reports required for submittal to the PAAA database for events/situations that meet reporting criteria.  Senior laboratory management approves report information for entry into the DOE database.  [ESH&QRM]

Appropriate records are maintained in the database indefinitely.  [ESH&QRM]

4

29 CFR 1904.2

29 CFR 1904.4

Annual Occupational Injuries & Illness Logs and supplementary records

·  A log of all recordable occupational injuries and illnesses is required within an identified timeframe after notification.

·  A summary report, that includes the log of all occupational injuries and illnesses, is required.

·  A supplemental record has to be completed within six working days of the event or notice of claim.

all the above:  [ESH&QRM]

Records must be maintained for a period of five years following the end of the recorded year.  [ESH&QRM]

5

29 CFR 1904.5

Annual summaries of occupational injuries and illnesses

An annual summary of all occupational illnesses and injuries in the workplace must be compiled and posted in the workplace by the employer.  [ESH&QRM]

Information is posted in the workplace for at least the period of February 1 to May 1 of the following year.  The information is maintained for five years.  [ESH&QRM]

6

Public Law 91-596, Sec. 8 & 11

Facility safety program

Keep records of activities relating to this Act.  Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  [ESH&QRM]

Maintain records for a minimum of 10 years.  [ESH&QRM]

7

10 CFR 1008

Records & statistics of personal injury accidents

Records and statistics are gathered by supervisor and collected.  The JLab insurance carrier is the document holder.  [LC]

Recordkeeping managed by lab insurance carrier.  [LC]

8

29 CFR 1904.8 DOE agreement

Fatalities and multiple injury accident reports

 

·  A report submitted to the DOE for any accident resulting in one or more fatalities or in the hospitalization of five or more employees.  [ESH&QRM]

·  Refer to ORPS, item 2 above.

Records and reports must be retained for a period of five years.  [ESH&QRM]

9

ES&H Manual Ch. 3310

Operational Safety Procedures (OSPs), and Temporary OSPs (TOSPs)

Procedures that address ESH&Q concerns for work activities.  [ESH&QDiv]

Maintain procedures for life of the facility.  [original: ESH&QRM]

10

29 CFR 1903

Safety inspection records

Results of division-wide inspections are recorded monthly or as prescribed and maintained.  [ESH&Q]

Records are maintained according to division procedures for a minimum of 1 year.  [ESH&QDiv]

11

29 CFR 1904.11

Changes in ownership

When a facility changes hands, the former owner is responsible for maintaining records and filing required reports for the period of the remainder of the year that it was the owner.  [ESH&QRM]

After the facility changes hands, the new owner must retain records for a period of five years.  [ESH&QRM]

 

12

DOE/JSA Contract

Corrective Action (CA) Database

·  JSA/JLab may be required to provide reviewers with a written response to external concerns.  All institutional-level ESH&Q findings are recorded and tracked in the SA/QA database.

·  For ORPS events - refer to item 2

[tracking: SA/QAO]

The SA/QA database records are kept indefinitely.  [SA/QAO]

 

Table 2: Fire Protection Program

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

ES&H Manual 6900 Fire Protection Program Summary

DOE/JSA contract

Fire Protection Program (FPP)- General

 

Coordinate design and maintenance of all facilities.

Preparation, implementation, and maintenance of the FPP.

 

[emergency action: EM; rest: FMME/FPE]

Maintain all records for the life of the facility except as identified in specific programs.

 

[FMME/FPE]

a

See above

JLab FPP

(ES&H Manual 6900 Fire Protection Program Summary)

·  Records of inspection, testing and maintenance for facility fire protection systems.

·  Alarm, investigation, & incident reports

·  Fire extinguisher and hose maintenance records- Fire alarm system test records

·  Records of all system changes, as-built drawings, operation and service manuals, and diagnostic and test reports.

See above

b

See above

Other Referenced Standards:

·  National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)-National Fire Codes

·  BOCA-Nat’l Bldg. Code- VA Uniform Statewide Bldg. Code

·  29 CFR 1910

·  29 CFR 1926

·  Emergency Action Plans

·  Automatic sprinkler systems basis for design

See above

 

Table 3: Personal Exposure To Hazardous And Other Materials

ID

Source of Requirement

Record or Document

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

29 CFR 1910.1020

Employee exposure records

Measure worker exposure to potentially hazardous substances in the workplace according to OSHA/DOE requirements.

 

[measurement: IH; documentation: OMD]

Records of employee exposure must be maintained for a period of at least 75 years, except as noted in OSHA, 29 CFR 1910.1020(d)(1)(ii).  [OMD]

 

See above

 

·  Standards, operating guides, procedures

·  Records and investigations on exposures

·  IH log sheets

Incidents of exposure and results of hazardous substance monitoring are maintained for fifteen years.

2

29 CFR 1910.1020

Periodic medical tests

Test results to monitor health effects of potentially toxic or carcinogenic workplace substances.  [OMD]

Retain records for 75 years as noted above.  [OMD]

3

40 CFR 763

15 U.S.C. 2605

Asbestos abatement

Maintain records of objective data that demonstrates that products made from or containing asbestos are not capable of releasing fibers of asbestos in concentrations at or above the action level.  [EM]

Records must be maintained for the duration of the employer’s reliance on such data.  [EM]

 

 

Table 4: Radiation-Contamination Control Program

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

10 CFR 835

Personnel radiation dose exposure records

Radiation exposure information is tracked and documented.  Summary information is provided yearly to each radiation badged individual.  [RCM]

These records are maintained for a period of 75 years.  [RCM]

 

See above

 

·  Equipment calibration

·  Tracking information

See above

2

10 CFR 835

Radiation Protection Program (RPP)

·  Technical standards, operating guides, procedures

·  Logbooks summarizing shifts and daily activities

·  Routine radiation and contamination surveys

[all: RCM]

These records are maintained for a period of 75 years.  [RCM]

a

See above

 

Recorder charts

3 mo. or purpose served.

b

See above

 

Reports and engineering studies of unusual radiation or contamination

100 yrs

c

See above

 

·  records of skin and nasal contamination

75 yrs

 

Table 5: Individual Employee Radiation-Related Health Hazard Information

ID

Source of Requirement

Record or Document

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

10 CFR 83529 CFR 1910.1020

Employee radiation exposure history

All records

 

.[ionizing: RCM; laser and radio frequency (RF)-related: LSO]

75 years  [RCM]

 

See above

 

·  results of direct measurement of radiation

·  investigations of various types, including missing or unusual data

·  bioassay information

See above

 

Table 6: ESH&Q Management

Table 6a: Radiation

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

10 CFR 835

Jefferson Lab Radiation Protection Program (RPP)

All required documentation is maintained by the Radiation Control Group (RadCon).  [RCM]

Records are kept for the periods noted below or as noted in site programs.  [RCM]

a

See above

 

Instrument Calibration Records

75 yrs

b

See above

 

Radiation Detection Charts

1 yr.

c

See above

 

Inspections & Audit Information

8 yrs

d

See above

 

Administrative Documents

Min. 2 yrs

e

See above

 

Radiation Survey results

Per site programs

f

See above

 

Environmental monitoring records - Refer to Tables 6b and 6c

(see below)

2

DOE/JSA Contract

Personnel Safety System (PSS)

Inspections, audit records, and system documents.  [PSSM]

 

·  PSS Certification Procedures

·  PSS Certification Checklist

Information Log

·  PSS Design Drawings

Retain for life of facility.  [PSSM]

 

Table 6b: Air Programs

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

Clean Air Act &Amendments (CAAA)

40 CFR 82

E.O. 12843

ES&H Manual Ch. 8020

Refrigerant recycling

Persons servicing air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment containing CAAA-identified materials must have appropriate certification to ensure emissions are minimized.  [FMME]

Verify that subcontractor and applicable staff certifications and licenses are maintained for a period of three years.  [FMME]

2

CAAA

40 CFR 61

40 CFR 63

Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) & National Emission Standards for HAPs (NESHAPs)

Track and document environmental monitoring of ionizing radiation.  [RCM]

Records must be maintained for a minimum of five years.  [RCM]

3

CAAA

40 CFR 61

40 CFR 63

40 CFR 82

Boiler Air Emissions Monitoring

Records of boiler emissions.  [FMME]

 

Emission reports are provided to DEQ, upon request.  [ESH&QRM]

Records are maintained for a ten year period.  [ESH&QRM]

4

9 VAC 5-40-50

9 VAC 5-60-70

Existing Stationary Sources/ HAP Sources

Maintain a file of all measurements, including continuous monitoring system, monitoring device, and emission measurements.  [RCM]

Retain for two years.  [ESH&QRM]

 

Table 6c: Water Programs

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

9 VAC 25-610-10 et. seq.

Code of VA, Title 62.1

Permit to Withdraw Groundwater

 

Permit #GW0030800

Daily and monthly groundwater withdrawal values recorded.  [FMME]

 

Quarterly reports submitted to DEQ.  [ESH&QRM]

Records of calibration and maintenance records and reports are retained for at least three years.  [ESH&QRM]

2

9 VAC 25-610-10 et. seq.

Annual Water Usage Report

Data collected monthly and annually.  [ESH&QRM]

Reports retained for a five year minimum.  [ESH&QRM]

3

Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) Industrial Wastewater Discharge Regulations

ES&H Manual App. 8030-T1

Industrial Wastewater Discharge Permit

 

Permit # 0117

All non-rad data collection performed monthly.  [FMME]

 

Rad data recorded upon discharge.  [RCM]

 

Permit requirements submitted to HRSD.  [ESH&QRM]

Information retained for a minimum of 3 years.  [ESH&QRM]

 

Also refer to Table 8e.

a

See above

See above

Monthly non-rad analytical reports, meter readings, and flow calculations.

See above

b

See above

See above

Monthly radiological data.

See above

c

See above

See above

Quarterly radiological reports to HRSD.

See above

d

See above

See above

Annual 7-day meter reading information.

See above

e

See above

See above

Meter calibration records.

See above

4

Code of VA, Title 62.19 VAC 25-31-10

ES&H Manual Ch. 8031

 

Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (VPDES) Permit

Permit # 0089320

Groundwater quality information is documented.  [RCM]

 

Documentation of proper operation and maintenance of all permit-related equipment.  [FMME]

 

Permit requirements submitted to VA DEQ.  [ESH&QRM]

Analytical information and other items required by the permit are retained for the lifetime of the facility.  [ESH&QRM]

 

a

See above

See above

Quarterly, semi-annual, and annual information is collected per permit terms.

See above

b

See above

See above

Mitigation Plan

See above

5

9 VAC 25-91-10 et. seq.

ES&H Manual Ch. 8032

Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plan

Documented Plan, copies of Plan, and updates.  [ESH&QRO]

The SPCC Plan shall be maintained for the life of the facility.  Retain all related documents for at least three years.  [ESH&QRM]

a

See above

See above

Written procedures and records of inspections.  [ESH&QRO]

See above

b

See above

See above

Maintain records of spill prevention training and exercises.  [ESH&QRO]

See above

c

See above

See above

Bi-monthly transformer inspections.  [FMEE]

See above

6

40 CFR 280-281

VA UST Regulations

Underground Storage Tanks (UST)

Records of notifications, testing results, upkeep repairs, and site assessment results at permanent closure.  [ESH&QRM]

Records must be kept for at least three years.  [ESH&QRM]

7

40 CFR 302

9 VAC 25-91-10 et. seq.

ES&H Manual Ch. 8032

Aboveground Storage Tanks (AST)

Applicable AST ten year integrity tests.  [FMME]

Records kept for life of facility.  [ESH&QRM]

 

Table 6d: Superfund, Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986 Programs

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

Superfund/EPCRA

ES&H Manual App. 8010-T2

Emergency Planning with regards to Hazardous Chemicals, including informing local response agencies

MSDS records.  [IH]

 

Applicable chemical lists and reports.  [ESH&QRM]

Retain all EPCRA documentation for a minimum of 30 years.  [ESH&QRM]

a

Section 302

Planning: Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHSs)

Notification of presence of EHSs above Threshold Planning Quantity (TPQ) on Site.  [ESH&QRM]

See above

b

Section 304

Response: In the Event of a Release

 

For releases of environmentally harmful materials to the environment

Notification and follow-up of a release of any hazardous substance above the Reporting Quantity.  Also documentation requirements under CERCLA, CAAA, and the Clean Water Act may be applicable.  [ESH&QRM]

See above

c

Section 311

Planning: MSDSs/ List of hazardous chemicals

MSDSs or a list of hazardous chemicals that exceed the TPQ to be submitted to planning groups.  [ESH&QRM]

See above

d

Section 312

Planning: Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals

Annual Tier II Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory form for most recent year chemical storage status.  [ESH&QRM]

See above

e

Section 313

Release: Toxic Chemical Usage Reporting

Documentation of applicability to file Form R (Annual Toxic Chemical Release Form) or the Form R itself, if applicable.  [ESH&QRM]

See above

 

Table 6e: General Program Requirements

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

EO 12856

Equipment inspections

Results of inspections are recorded monthly or as prescribed and maintained by line management.

 

[Line Management]

Inspection records are maintained according to division procedures.  [Line Management]

2

EO 12856

Routine procurement files

Requisitions and purchase orders must be maintained for the purpose of chemical use, affirmative procurement, and performance measure tracking.

 

[BSM]

Records must be maintained by the Procurement Office for various periods defined in procedures.  [BSM

3

EO 12843

EO 12873

Procurement Guidelines

 

For purchasing products with recycled content.

An annual report of Affirmative Procurement activities is submitted to the DOE.  [BSM]

Copy retained for at least ten years.  [ESH&QRM]

 

Table 7: Environmental Contamination Measurement Documentation

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

RadCon Manual

Environmental Contamination Measurements

·  Procedures which detail methods used and frequency of analysis

·  Analytical summaries of analyses

·  Worksheets, logbooks, dosimeter data, etc.

·  Data gathered to measure residual contamination

[RCM]

All records shall be maintained for the life of the facility.  [RCM]

 

Table 8: Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Materials Disposal

Table 8a: Radioactive Waste

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

10 CFR 71

RadCon Manual

Radioactive Wastes

·  Records which indicate type of waste and date of disposition

·  Radiation counter control data

[RCM]

All records shall be maintained for the life of the facility.  [RCM]

 

Table 8b: Hazardous Waste

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

9 VAC 20-60-230 et. seq.

ES&H Manual Ch. 8061

Waste generators

·  SAA/CAA inspection records

·  SQG determination records

[all the above: HWC]

Identified records are maintained for a minimum period of three years.  [ESH&QRM]

a

40 CFR 262.40

Waste shipment manifests

Preparation is done by the HWC.  Original documentation is kept on file.  [ESH&QRM]

All documents related to signed waste manifests are retained for a minimum of three years.  [ESH&QRM]

b

40 CFR 262.11

40 CFR 262.40

 

Test results, waste analyses, or other determinations

Hazardous waste determinations are performed by off-site analytical labs.  [HWC]

The hazardous waste analysis documents are maintained for a period of three years from the date the waste was last sent to treatment.  [HWC]

c

40 CFR 262.40

Hazardous Waste Manifests

Certification (noted on manifest) that the generator has a waste minimization program in place to reduce the quantity and toxicity of hazardous waste.  [HWC]

Manifests are maintained as noted above under Waste Manifests.

d

40 CFR 262.42(b)

Exception Reporting

In the event that the signed hazardous waste manifest is not returned within sixty days, a notification must be sent to the EPA Region III Administrator.  [ESH&QRM]

Copies shall be maintained for a period of three years, or until the concern is resolved.  [ESH&QRM]

e

40 CFR 262.43

Additional Reporting

Additional reports concerning the wastes may be requested by the EPA Administrator at any time.  [ESH&QRM]

Any additional reports shall be maintained for a period of three years.  [ESH&QRM]

 

Table 8c: Medical Wastes

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

9 VAC 20-120-10 et. seq.

 

ES&H Manual Ch. 6800 Regulated Medical Waste Management

Medical Waste

·  Generators of medical wastes must maintain copies of tracking forms and shipment logs.

·  Medical waste manifests are prepared and tracked.

[OMD]

·  Records must be kept for a period of three years from the date the waste was shipped.

·  Manifests are maintained for a period of ten years.

[ESH&QRM]

 

Table 8d: Non-Hazardous Material Waste

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

E.O. 12856

Non-hazardous materials recycling

The recycling program is addressed in the Waste Minimization/Pollution Prevention program.  It is handled under a subcontract and disposal records are furnished.  [FMSSM]

Recycling quantity records are maintained for a minimum period of 2 yrs.  [FMSSM]

 

Records are maintained for performance measure tracking for a minimum of 5 years.  [ESH&QRM]

2

Virginia Waste Management Act

Non-hazardous materials disposal

Non-hazardous waste disposal information is compiled by the waste hauler and Facilities Management.  [FMSSM]

Waste hauling records are maintained for a minimum period of 2 yrs.

 

Records are maintained for performance measure tracking for a minimum of 5 yrs.  [ESH&QRM]

 

Table 8e: Wastewater Disposal

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

HRSD Permit

Industrial Wastewater Discharge Permit

Current version of Permit #0117.  [ESH&QRO]

Maintain permit for life of facility.  Maintain submittals for at least 3 years.  [ESH&QRM]

a

 

 

Meter Reading values on a monthly basis.  [FMMM]

 

b

 

 

Monthly pH values at Sites D and EF [FMMM]

 

c

 

 

Monthly and Quarterly Activated Water Discharge values [RCM]

 

d

 

 

Annual Meter Certifications [FMMM]

 

2

HRSD Permit

Pretreatment/ sampling records.

Baseline report including permit and operating information, pollutant measurements, and sampling records for neutralization tanks.  [IH]

Records are maintained for the life of the facility.  [IH]

 

Table 9: Hazardous Materials Transportation

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

10 CFR 71

Radioactive Materials

Records of all shipping and packaging requirements for on-site and offsite transport.  [RCM]

Records maintained per site procedures.  [RCM]

2

49 CFR 171

Other hazardous Materials

Records of all shipping and packaging requirements for onsite transport.  [HWC]

 

For offsite transport - refer to Table 8b.

Records maintained per site procedures.  [HWC]

 

Table 10: Medical, First Aid, And Personal Injury Files

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

29 CFR 1910.1020

Medical records for examination and copying; analyses using exposure or medical records

Periodic medical tests are documented to monitor the health effects of potentially toxic or carcinogenic workplace substances.

[OMD]

Records must be retained for at least the duration of employment plus thirty years, except as noted in OSHA, 29 CFR 1910.20(d)(1)(i).  [OMD]

2

29 CFR 1910.1020

Standard Medical Records

Medical records and related medical documentation

[OMD]

Same as noted above.  [OMD]

 

Table 11: Motor Vehicle Operation

ID

Source of Requirement

Main Document & Related Material

Documentation

Recordkeeping

1

City Ordinances

DOE/JSA Contract

Motor vehicle Information

·  Report Files

·  Accident Files

·  Operations Files

[FMD]

Records must be maintained for at least three years, and as necessitated by other requirements.  [FMD]

 

 

 

For event reporting - Refer to ORPS - Table 1

 

 

For additional information regarding the requirements listed above, consult the cited record or document (available through the staff positions listed, at ESH&Q Reporting in the ESH&Q Division Office in CEBAF Center or in the CEBAF Center Law Library).  For other topics that may not be covered in this appendix, reference specific chapters in the ES&H Manual or contact your supervisor or one of the responsible staff referenced in the above tables.

 

Table 12: Acronym Legend for Positions Having ESH&Q Documentation Responsibilities

ACRONYM

JOB POSITION

ACPC

AC Power Coordinator

AcDMM

Accelerator Division Mechanical Manager

AD

Associate Director-”Division”

BSM

Business Services Manager

DSO

Division Safety Officer-”Division”

ESH&QDIH

ESH&Q Division Industrial Hygiene Staff

ESH&Q-Physics

Physics Division ESH&Q Group or Designee

ESH&QRM

ESH&Q Reporting Manager

ESH&QRO

ESH&Q Reporting Officer

EM

Emergency Manager

ESS-Chair

Electrical Safety Committee Chairperson

FMCM

Facilities Management Construction Manager

FMD

Facilities Management Director

FPE

Fire Protection Engineer

FMME

Facilities Management Mechanical Engineer

HRD

Human Resources Director

HWC

Hazardous Waste Coordinator

IH

Industrial Hygienist

JLRM

Jefferson Lab Records Manager

LC

Legal Counsel*

LSO

Jefferson Lab Laser Safety Officer

MHER

Materials Handling Equipment Representative

MHSR

Materials Handling Safety Representative

MSDSC

MSDS Coordinator

OMD

Occupational Medicine Director

RCM

Radiation Control (RadCon) Manager

RadCon

Radiation Control Group Staff

SO

Security Officer

 

Text Box: Not all of these positions have a specific document referenced in this appendix.  However, all have subject matter coordinator or subject matter expert roles as provided in ES&H Manual Chapter 2410 Hazard Issues and Contractual Commitments.

 

 

 

ISSUING AUTHORITY

APPENDIX AUTHOR

APPROVAL DATE

EFFECTIVE DATE

EXPIRATION DATE

REV.

 

 

 

ESH&Q Division

Stephen Smith

09/19/05

09/19/05

09/19/08

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