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Appendix A Continuing Education, Training and Proficiency Program - doe-std-1166-20030028


DOE-STD-1166-2003
the performance of occurrence investigations:
Events and Causal Factors Charting
Root Cause Coding
Recommendation Generation.
c.
Compare and contrast Type A and Type B accident investigations and discuss an
example of the application of each or participate on a Type A or Type B accident
investigation team.
d.
Explain the necessity for and differences between the immediate, short term, and long-
term actions taken as the result of a problem identification or occurrence.
e.
Explain and apply problem analysis techniques to the identification of potential
problems and/or the prevention of problems. Include data gathering techniques and the
use of trending/history in your explanation.
f.
Participate in or observe a problem analysis and critique the results.
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