c. Hazardous materials technician
d. Hazardous materials specialist
e. On scene incident commander
D. Other OSHA Training.
29 CFR 1910.1003 address occupational safety and health standards that have been established
for 13 carcinogens and must be complied with as appropriate.
9.6 Nuclear Regulatory Requirements
A. Title 10 CFR, section 19.12, requires that all individuals working in or frequenting any
portion of a restricted area containing licensed radioactive material shall be kept informed of the
storage, transfer, or use of these materials or of radiation in such portions of the restricted area.
The extent of information provided will be commensurate with potential radiological health
problems in the restricted area.
B. In addition, employees assigned to work in areas where radioactive materials are stored or
used will be instructed in the following:
1. Precautions to take or procedures to follow to minimize exposure.
2. The purposes and functions of protective devices employed.
3. Observing to the extent within the worker's control, the applicable provisions of
Commission regulations and licenses for the protection of personnel from exposures to radiation
or radioactive materials occurring in such areas.
4. Their responsibility to report promptly to the licensee any condition that may lead to or
cause a violation of Commission regulations and licenses or unnecessary exposure to radiation or
radioactive material. At DoD installations, the licensee is the Installation Environmental Officer.
5. The appropriate response to warnings made in the event of any unusual occurrence or
malfunction that may involve exposure to radiation or radioactive material.
6. Radiation exposure reports that workers may request of employers in accordance with the
provisions of Title 10 CFR, section 19.13.
9.7 International Requirements
A. The Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air published by
the ICAO and the Dangerous Goods Regulations published by IATA require that initial and
recurrent Dangerous Goods Training programs be established and maintained by regular shippers
of dangerous goods.