GSFC - NASA GPR 8500.4 REV A

AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (CANCELLING NASA GPG 8500.4)

inactive, Most Current
Organization: GSFC
Publication Date: 10 January 2005
Status: inactive
Page Count: 10
scope:

The purpose of this directive is to define the responsibilities and controls for Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) operations that generate airborne contaminants to the atmosphere. This GPR outlines the responsible parties and procedures to be followed when planning new potential sources of airborne contaminants, modifying existing sources, operating permitted and regulated sources, and maintaining GSFC fleet vehicles.

APPLICABILITY. This directive applies to all GSFC personnel, facilities, and activities, including all permanent and temporary activities at Greenbelt and the Wallops Flight Facility (WFF). It also applies to all GSFC tenant organizations, contractors, grantees, clubs and other persons operating under the auspices of GSFC or on GSFC property as required by law and as directed by contractual, grant, and agreement documents.

Managers of locations remote from Greenbelt and WFF shall ensure that an adequate air quality management system is established and documented in organization-level directives or controlled documents to achieve compliance with regulatory, Agency, and GSFC requirements.

Document History

NASA GPR 8500.4 REV A
January 10, 2005
AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (CANCELLING NASA GPG 8500.4)
The purpose of this directive is to define the responsibilities and controls for Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) operations that generate airborne contaminants to the atmosphere. This GPR outlines...
June 29, 2004
AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (CANCELLING NASA GPG 8500.4)
The purpose of this Goddard Procedures and Guidelines (GPR) is to define the responsibilities and controls for Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) operations that generate airborne contaminants to the...

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