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DOE-STD-1107-97
Appendix A
B. Supervisory Qualification Criteria
Individuals in management and supervisory key radiation protection positions have responsibility for providing
the decisions to assess and control radiological activities to ensure worker health and safety is effectively
protected. Managers provide coordination and direction for their functional area and provide coordination
among other groups within the contractor, DOE Headquarters, or field office organization. Managers and
supervisors typically develop and administer the radiological control program and policies. They also support
implementation of these programs and policies. Supervisory duties include ensuring work is performed in
compliance with procedures, policies, and industrial safety practices.
1.1 Management and Supervisory Abilities
The following list describes acceptable abilities for management and supervisory key radiation protection
positions:
1.1.1 Ability to develop and implement strategic and tactical plans for the administration of a complex
radiological protection program; and
1.1.2 Ability to identify areas where policy direction is needed, and then promulgate policy in all areas of
radiological protection.
1.1.3 Ability to communicate with and motivate personnel.
1.2 Management or Supervisory Skills
Managers and supervisors should have prior training or experience in supervision or management. Training
for supervisors should develop their skills in the following areas:
1.2.1 Management responsibilities;
1.2.2 Problem analysis and decision making;
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