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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
5.7
Post-Modification Training
Criterion 2 of 10 CFR 830.122 (b) requires contractors to train and qualify personnel to
be capable of performing their assigned work and to provide continuing training to
personnel to maintain their job proficiency. Before returning a system, structure or
component to service following changes, the contractor must train staff on the
modifications that have been made and their affect on normal, abnormal, and emergency
operations.
5.8
Documentation Changes
Because every change directly or indirectly affects associated documentation, a major
interface exists between the change control and document control processes. Drawings
and procedures will need to be updated as part of the work processes to implement the
change. Other documents will need to be updated and issued as "as-built" documents
following implementation. All affected documents must be identified as part of the
design review of changes and identified in the change control package. The affected
documents should be updated in a timely manner.
5.8.1 Updating Critical Documents Before Implementing Changes
Critical facility documents, such as drawings and procedures needed for operation, must
be updated prior to placing systems and components in operation.
5.8.2 Providing As-built Documentation
As-built documentation should be prepared at the completion of implementation of the
physical changes. Revised documentation should be distributed to users of controlled
documents. Maintenance of documents and records is required by the quality assurance
requirements in 10 CFR 830.122(d). Additional information on document control is
provided in Chapter 6 of this standard.
5.9
Grading Change Control
The contractor's configuration management process may enhance or limit the degree or
rigor and detail of the review and approval of the change depending upon the importance
of the SSCs involved. For example, safety SSCs may warrant a higher level of approval
than defense-in-depth SSCs not designated safety SSCs. The approval levels and other
grading of the change control process must be documented in the configuration
management plan.
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