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Appendices - doe-hdbk-3012-20030029


DOE-HDBK-3012-2003
Select the Team Leader carefully. The Team Leader should be senior to the team members. He or
she should not be a peer or a co-worker of the team members. Selection of the appropriate Team
Leader is important in that he/she must exercise some degree of control over the team.
Evaluate on-the-job-training, drills, and other training evaluation against the established guidance in
DOE Orders, standards, guides, and handbooks. This helps eliminate the subjective aspects of the
review. Additionally, this intention should be communicated to the contractor for the conduct of the
contractor ORR/RA.
6.11 GENERIC LESSONS LEARNED THATAPPLY TO THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION,
OPERATION, AND DECOMMISSIONING OF DOE FACILITIES
During startup of new facilities, numerous cases have been observed in which the surveillance
requirement supporting the safety basis could not be completed, or if completed, did not properly
verify the safety basis requirement. Surveillance procedures should be completed, validated, and
executed as part of the startup program, prior to the implementation of the supported Technical
Safety Requirements (TSRs). Actually executing the surveillance will reveal such problems as: test
points that are not installed; test points that are inaccessible; and other interfering interlocks or
functions. These problems have occurred repeatedly in previous ORR/RAs.
Additionally, determination must be made that the surveillance actually tests the function or
protective action upon which the safety basis depends. Previous ORR/RAs have revealed numerous
occasions in which surveillances have been conducted and through either invalid acceptance criteria
or a misunderstanding of the as-built configuration, the surveillance did not test the required
functions.
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