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Hazard Management and Resource Restoration Manual
[BLM Manual MS-1703]
This manual provides a framework for Hazard Management and Resource Restoration which includes Hazardous Materials Management (HMM) by:

  1. Describing the objectives of hazard management, hazardous materials management and resource restoration.
  2. Defining policy and responsibilities associated with the management of hazards and hazardous materials.
  3. Citing authorities for hazard management, hazardous materials management, and resource restoration.  
Hazard Management and Resource Restoration Public Handbook 1703
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Military Munitions and Explosives of Concern Handbook
[BLM Handbook 1703-2]
A Handbook for Federal land Managers with Emphasis on Unexploaded Ordnance.
This handbook introduces basic Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) guidance and risk management options for Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Sevice (FWS) that were formerly, or are currently used by the military.
Military Munitions and Explosives of Concern Handbook
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Hazardous Wastes. The Public Lands and Your Safety Brochure
[BLM Brochure P-309]
In the interest of safety, this brochure describes what should be done if suspicious substances or containers are found on public lands.

  • To Order this Brochure Contact:
    Denver Federal Center Building 40
    Bureau of Land Management

    ATTN: BLM/PMDS/BC652
    Denver, Colorado 80225
    Phone: (303) 236-1975
Hazardous Wastes. The Public Lands and Your Safety Brochure
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CERCLA Handbook.
[BLM Handbook H-1703-1]
Policy and guidance for BLM employees in the use of CERCLA authorities and responsibilities in addressing hazardous substance releases
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Safety is Your First Priority
[Training Video for BLM Employees]
This training video is intended to inform BLM Employees and risks and safety requirements when operating near hazardous areas. In this video you will become familiar with UXO history on BLM public lands; the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD). Specialist's role in UXO; safety reporting; concerns of BLM's Hazmat Specialist, Fire Fighter, and Law Enforcement personnel.

  • To Order UXO DVD Contact:
    Denver Federal Center Building 40
    Bureau of Land Management
    ATTN: BLM/PMDS/BC652
    Denver, Colorado 80225
    phone: (303) 236-1975
Safety is Your First Priority UXO DVD
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