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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
with 10 CFR 830.122(b), personnel must be trained to establish and maintain proficiency
in meeting the configuration management process. Training should include:
instruction on the objectives of configuration management;
instruction on the implementation of configuration management, including
applicable procedures; and
update and refresher training (e.g., annually).
The DOE Safety Management System (SMS) or Integrated Safety Management System
(ISMS) is defined in DOE Policy (P) 450.4, Safety Management System Policy. DOE
contractors are expected to use ISMS to integrate safety into all aspects of work planning
and execution. All safety management systems and programs should be designed to fit
together to permit safe and efficient performance. Consistent with that goal,
configuration management should function as an integrated process that marries
seamlessly with other safety management processes at the facility or activity, not as a
separate and distinct program. In addition, the contractor must flow down the
configuration management process to subcontractors and suppliers as appropriate to the
work and ensure subcontractors and suppliers are implementing it appropriately.
Configuration management should be established as an integrated process to be used by
all personnel when performing activities that affect configuration of items within the
process, not as a separate program. If the contractor establishes a separate group with the
responsibility for configuration management, that group's role should be to develop and
maintain the configuration management procedures, maintain the required
documentation, and coordinate and facilitate the reviews of the various line
organizations. It may also assume related responsibilities, such as documentation control.
However, it should not be the sole group responsible for reviewing the proposed changes
to assess impacts on operation.
In addition to maintaining consistency among the design requirements, the physical
configuration, and the documentation for the activity, the configuration management
process must:
support the ISMS (reference DOE P 450.4, Safety Management System Policy; 48
CFR 970.5204-2, Laws, Regulations, and DOE Orders; and applicable DOE
contracts);
help to maintain the safety basis as required by Subpart B of 10 CFR Part 830;
meet the quality assurance requirements for work processes and assessments in
Subpart A of 10 CFR Part 830;
meet the configuration management requirements of DOE O 420.1A, Facility
Safety;
meet the configuration management and work control requirements of DOE Order
433.1, Maintenance Management Program for DOE Nuclear Facilities;
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