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preceding paragraph.  In addition, all explosives must be removed, and
all explosive operations in the vicinity shall be discontinued until
the repair operation is finished.
8-1.1.3. Site and General Construction Plan Review Procedures.  When
the review of site and general construction plans is required, infor-
mation must be presented to obtain both preliminary site plan approval
and final safety review. Both levels of approval are attainable from
one submission when the project does not involve construction or major
modification of an explosives operating facility or when all the
necessary information is available for the initial submission.  Those
projects not involving explosive operating facilities will not require
a separate final safety review submission unless designated by the
DDESB. In such cases, the information requested in paragraph 8-1.2.5
is adequate. In most instances dealing with explosive operating
facilities, adequate design details and a hazard assessment will not
be available during the initial planninq stages, thereby requiring a
separate submission for final safety review. No project will be
approved that requires a waiver/exemption to established criteria
except the waiver to allow construction within the K18 separation
distances from the PES. When a facility cannot receive DDESB approval
because Of non-compliance with explosive safety criteria and for
operational reasons the facility must be built, CNO must obtain a
Secretarial Certification. The procedures for such a certification
are addresred in paraqraph l-8.7. Information required for site and
final safety review are addressed in paragraph B-1.2.4 and 8-1.2.5 as
well as OPNAVINST 8020.8 (series) and NAVFACINST 11010.44 (series).
8-1.2.4. Preliminary Site Approval. The following information shall
be submitted for preliminary site plan approval:
a.  The preparing activity`s approval of the request, along with
changes, modifications, or specific precautionary measures considered
b. Drawings of site plans at a scale of 1 inch equals not more
than 400 feet.  When drawings at a smaller scale are necessary to
properly reflect certain distance and structure relationshipa within
the area surrounding a given project, a reduction in scale is accept-
able.  When definitive standard drawings for a building or group of
buildinga exist which have been reviewed by DDESB and declared accept-
able, definitive drawings are not required. In these cases, only a
site plan is required, noting the definitive drawings for each build-
ing or structure to be constructed.
C.  Distances between the facility to be constructed or modified
and other installation facilities, the installation boundary, public
railways and public highways, and power transmission and utility
d.  Identification of all other facilities, describing their
occupancy and use, within inhabited building distance of the facility
to be constructed or modified.
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