10 CFR 1046.3 - Definitions.
For the purposes of this part:
Contractor. The term “contractor” includes subcontractors at all tiers.
Defensive combative personnel. Security police officers other than offensive combative personnel.
Designated physician. An occupational medical physician who is recommended by the designated management supervisory official of the local DOE field office and authorized by the Director, Office of Health and Safety, to determine the medical and physical condition of protective force personnel. When an occupational medical physician is not available, physicians who are not board-certified in occupational medicine may be recommended and authorized by the Director as designated physicians for the purpose of this part. Designated physicians need not be employed full-time, but contractually shall be responsible to DOE for performance of the medical functions required by this part.
Facility. An educational institution, manufacturing plant, laboratory, office building or other area utilized by the DOE or its contractors or subcontractors for the performance of work under DOE jurisdiction.
Field organization. Any organizational component of the DOE located outside the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Guard. Also referred to as Security Officer, an unarmed individual who is employed for, and charged with, the protection of classified matter or Government property.
Medical condition. General health, physical condition, and emotional and mental stability.
Offensive combative personnel. Security police officers assigned to response force duties including pursuit and assault functions.
Protective force personnel. Security officers and security police officers assigned to protective details, who are employed to protect DOE security interests.
Requalification date. The date of expiration of current qualification at which demonstration of knowledge, skills and/or abilities is required to maintain specific job status.
Security inspector. Also referred to as Security Police Officer, a uniformed person who is authorized under section 161.k of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, or other statutory authority, to carry firearms and to make arrests without warrants and who is employed for, and charged with, the protection of classified matter, special nuclear material, or other Government property.
Security police officer. An armed member of the protective force, previously referred to as a “security inspector.”
Special response team member. A security police officer who has been selected to be part of a unit specially trained to provide additional protection capability.
[58 FR 45791, Aug. 31, 1993, as amended at 71 FR 68738, Nov. 28, 2006]
Title 10 published on 2014-01-01
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