OSHA Hazardous Waste Sites: Standing Orders Mobile App
To maintain a strong safety awareness and enforce safe procedures at a site, a list of standing orders
How does it work?
should be developed which state the practices that must always be followed and those that must never occur in the contaminated areas on site. Separate standing orders should be developed for the Contamination Reduction Zone and the Exclusion Zone if the hazards are sufficiently different. Sample standing orders are given in the OSHA Hazardous Waste Sites: Standing Orders mobile app. To ensure that everyone who enters the site is aware of these orders and that a high degree of familiarity with their content is maintained.