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DOE-STD-1128-98
3.9.5
Decommissioning of Weapons and Weapon Facilities
Decommissioning of nuclear weapons and nuclear facilities is subject to the same
conduct of operations requirements as operating facilities. In general, some
components, once they are separated, can be downgraded in safety significance.
Also, facilities undergoing decommissioning will have fewer safety systems.
During decommissioning, status control and shift turnover are extremely important
considerations and must be done in accordance with DOE Order 5480.19, Ch. 2
(DOE, 2001c). Posting and labeling of radiological areas are also an increasing
challenge because of the rapidly changing radiological status. In extreme cases, it
may be desirable to have workers review or sign the RWP each day to ensure they
are aware of the status.
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