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All employees are mindful of work conditions that may impact safety, and assist each other in preventing unsafe acts or behaviors. • Operational excellence. Organizations achieve sustained, high levels of operational performance, encompassing all DOE and contractor activities to PRUDENT PRACTICES IN THE LABORATORY meet mission, safety, productivity, quality, environmental, and other objectives. High reliability is achieved through a focus on operations, conservative decision making, open communications, deference to expertise, and systematic approaches to eliminate or mitigate error-likely situations.

Emergency action plan (EAP) for accidents and spills, 8. safety equipment, 9. chemical waste policies, 10. required training, 11. safety rules and regulations, 12. facility design and laboratory ventilation, 13. medical and environmental monitoring, 14. compressed gas safety, 15. laboratory equipment, 16. biological safety, and 17. radiation safety. Determining what belongs in the CHP for a given laboratory should be the result of conversations between the Chemical Hygiene Officer (CHO), the director of the laboratory, and laboratory personnel.

Maintains minutes and other documents for CHP implementation and makes available for CHCC. • P  rovides opportunity for communication between plant sites. • Facilitates continuous improvement of safety policies and practices. • Meets at least annually to review CHP and training. Line Management • C  ompletes CHP training. • Implements the CHP, including but not limited to practices and procedures for the following: particularly hazardous materials, prior-approval process, laboratory inspections.

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