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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
DOE STD 3009, Preparation Guide for U.S. Department of Energy Nonreactor
Nuclear Facility Documented Safety Analysis
Other DOE documents that may be used to facilitate SSC grading define the relative
importance of SSCs based upon more specific criteria. For example, DOE STD 1021,
Natural Phenomena Hazards Performance Categorization Guidelines for Structures,
Systems, and Components, defines performance goals for maintaining the integrity of
SSCs against natural phenomena as necessary to confine nuclear and other hazardous
materials and to protect personnel.
Many quality assurance programs also have a system for grading (quality levels) that
indicate the importance of the SSCs to safety, mission, operation, or other considerations.
Contractors may grade their configuration management activities consistent with the
quality assurance levels.
3.10.3 Grading Based on Facility Type and Technical Characteristics
"Facility" types include the variety of traditional facilities (i.e., buildings), as well as
different types of activities and operations. Examples of facility types are:
reactors
hot cells
waste tank farms
remediation activities
laboratory facilities
glove box operations
storage vaults
transportation of radioactive materials
buried waste sites
Each facility type has typical technical and design characteristics. For example, a reactor
would be required to meet design codes for high-pressure primary reactor piping systems,
while such codes would typically not apply to a nuclear hot cell facility.
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