The Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) documents address innovative UXO characterization and geophysical prove-out technologies, as well as methods and management of munitions response projects.
This document is formatted as a website that is not meant to be printed. You can access the web document at any time from the ITRC website or you can bookmark the link. If you would like to print, please enter the document website and then use the "Print" button to print. Some of the web-based documents allow you to print either the entire document or a subsection.
This web-based guidance document presents quality considerations for munitions response (MR) projects. The document explains the decision logic used for an MR project and offers resources for planning and monitoring quality assurance/quality control activities to ensure quality data for confidence in decisions. An overview of the MR process is presented, as well as particular quality considerations at critical decision points for MR projects. Planning for each decision point requires specific quality metrics be assigned and ongoing monitoring confirms project objectives are met.
This web-based guidance document explains the process of geophysical classification, describes its benefits and limitations, and most importantly discusses the information and data needed by regulators to monitor and evaluate the use of the technology. This document also emphasizes using a systematic planning process to develop data acquisition and decision strategies at the outset of a munitions response effort, as well as quality considerations throughout the project. Stakeholder issues that are unique to munitions response are also discussed
Provides guidance to environmental regulators on how to define quality, systematically plan for and achieve quality results, and apply these concepts to processes common to munitions response projects.
This valuable resource for project managers and personnel working on munitions response sites provides an overview of the current status of technologies used for munitions response actions and, where possible, evaluates and quantifies their performance capabilities.