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DOE-TSL-2-2002
APPENDIX A
FUNCTIONAL AREAS FOR DOE TECHNICAL STANDARDS
Functional
Description
Area Code
ERWM
Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Provisions associated
with (1) remedial actions under the Comprehensive Environmental
Restoration, Compensation, and Liability Act, (2) corrective actions under a
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act permit, (3) remedial actions under
the Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act of 1978, and (4) cleanup
under the Toxic Substances Control Act. This area also includes
decontamination and decommissioning (D&D) activities for operational and
excess contaminated facilities, maintenance of facilities in a safe and
environmentally sound condition prior to and after restoration or D&D
activities, and management of DOE radioactive, mixed, infectious, solid and
hazardous waste and waste related activities.
FIRP
Fire Protection Provisions to: (1) minimize the potential for occurrence a
fire, (2) ensure that a fire does not cause an on-site or off-site release of
radiological and other hazardous material that will threaten the public health
and safety or the environment, (3) maintain an acceptable level of life safety
for workers in the event of a fire emergency, (4) minimize potential for undue
fire-related hazards to the public, (5) avoid delays or impact to vital DOE
programs as a result of fire and its effects, and, (6) ensure the integrity of
process control and safety systems from damage by fire or related perils.
HFAC
Human Factors Provisions which incorporate human characteristics into the
design of systems, equipment, and facilities. This area includes design
criteria expressed as requirements and guidelines, as they apply to those
who will operate, control, maintain, supply or transport the material. It
encompasses environmental considerations such as limits for maximum
exposure, human performance, habitability, and vulnerability.
HRES
Human Resources Provisions for handling personnel activities associated
with employment, compensation, and benefits.
INFT
Information Technology Provisions to support those technologies, including
computing resources, telecommunications, and software, (except for
classifier procedures) associated with information management. This area
also includes activities associated with application portability, graphical user
interface, and document interchanges to support an open systems
environment.
MNTY
Maintenance Provisions to maintain material conditions in a manner which
supports safe and efficient operation. This area does not include the
requirements for performing specific activities, but does include the
identification of DOE and industry practices for the conduct of maintenance
activities.
MGMT
Management Provisions to develop and maintain DOE programs, ensure
adequate guidance and oversight for the implementation of these programs,
and maintain a commitment of resources to perform the required program
functions. Management systems establish programs that are typically
applicable to all organizations at the facility, site or activity.
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