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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
Prior to reactivation of a deactivated facility, the contractor must ensure that the
configuration has been restored and a configuration management process appropriate for
operation is implemented.
During decontamination, the facility may have fewer active safety systems from the
original design, however, there may be more workers and those workers may be closer to
the hazards (e.g., contamination or fuels being removed, open pipes, asbestos, steam)
than they typically would during operation. Additional safety precautions may be added
to the activity (e.g., contamination huts, enhanced radiation monitoring, new procedures).
Prior to decontamination, contractors will need to update their CM SSCs to include new
SSCs as appropriate. Contractors should also review the CM SSC list and delete SSCs
that no longer are needed to meet safety or mission functions or other considerations as
appropriate. In addition, as SSCs are removed from the facility and from active status,
the contractor will need to remove them from the list of CM SSCs, as appropriate.
3.10.6 Grading Based on Programmatic and Technical Issues
The resolution of a programmatic or technical issue can change the importance of a
structure, system, or component. For example, a component may be moved from the list
of non-safety components to the list of safety components or a system may be determined
to be a vital safety system. When such changes occur, contractors will need to review
their impact on the list of CM SSCs and revise it accordingly.
Issues that are likely to trigger programmatic or technical changes include:
safety evaluations,
probabilistic risk assessments,
human factors engineering,
operating and emergency procedures and planning,
operator training,
seismic qualification,
fire protection,
safe shutdown, and
equipment qualification.
3.10.7 Grading Based on Existing Programs and Procedures
In implementing a configuration management process, contractors should:
take credit for existing programs and procedures where appropriate,
modify existing programs and procedures where necessary, and
develop new activities only when essential.
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