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Safety practices associated with construction, deactivation, and decommissioning of defense nuclear facilities


DOE-STD-1166-2003
REQUIRED TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES
The competencies contained in this Standard are distinct from those competencies contained in
the General Technical Base Qualification Standard. All deactivation and decommissioning (D&D)
personnel must satisfy the competency requirements of the General Technical Base Qualification
Standard prior to or in parallel with the competency requirements contained in this Standard. Each
of the competency statements defines the level of expected knowledge and or skill that an
individual must posses to meet the intent of this Standard. The supporting knowledge and/or skill
statements further describe the intent of the competency statements.
Note: When regulations, Department of Energy directives, or other industry standards are
referenced in the Qualification Standard, the most recent revision should be used.
General Technical
1. D&D personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level knowledge of the requirements
for the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Describe the four levels of protection as defined by the Environmental Protection
Agency for workers at hazardous waste sites or for workers conducting emergency
response activities.
b.
Describe the general principles used by ES&H staff to determine the selection, use, and
limitations of PPE; demonstrate proper donning/doffing of PPE.
c.
Describe the prerequisites for the use of respiratory protection equipment.
d.
Discuss the process for ES&H to inform workers and oversight personnel of the
requirements for PPE for planned D&D activities.
2. D&D pe rsonnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of the safety-related
requirements for hazardous materials.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the hazards and general safety precautions associated with the use and
dismantlement of equipment or facilities containing or contaminated with hazardous
materials such as corrosives (acids and alkalis), beryllium, lead, asbestos, heavy
metals, radioactive materials, combinations of hazardous materials, and combinations of
hazardous materials with radioactive materials.
b.
Describe the criteria used to determine if a material is a health hazard, and discuss the
methods by which toxic compounds may enter the body.
c.
Discuss the general safety precautions regarding the use, handling, and storage of
compressed gases, including hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and fuels such as acetylene
and liquefied petroleum gases, cryogenic liquids, and flammable and combustible
liquids.
3. D&D personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of surveys for
hazardous and radioactive materials for D&D facilities.
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