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Criticality Safety Plans and Procedures


DOE-STD -3009-94
the configuration of the equipment used to store, handle, transport, or process
fissile material.
6.4.2
Administrative Controls
This section summarizes the administrative controls used to prevent accidental
criticality. Include in the discussion the administrative controls on nuclear
material safety limits such as mass, moderators, changes in geometry
configurations, and procedures for handling, storing, and transporting fissile
materials. Discuss also the administrative controls for reviewing and
approving changes to process or system configurations.
6.4.3
Application of Double Contingency Principle
This section summarizes the methods used to ensure that at least more than one
unlikely, independent, and concurrent changes in process conditions would be
necessary before a criticality accident is possible (e.g., contingency or
criticality safety evaluation). The contingency or criticality safety evaluation
will identify how the double contingency principle, as defined in DOE O
420.1, is being met (i.e., control of two independent process parameters or a
system of multiple controls on a single parameter). It is not the intention of
this section to individually present all facility contingency or criticality safety
evaluations.
The results of the contingency or criticality safety evaluation helps identify
safety SSCs, controls, and the TSR limit designations (safety control
parameters). The identification of safety SSCs and safety control parameters
for TSR controls should be done as part of Chapter 3, "Hazard and Accident
Analyses," Chapter 4, "Safety Structures, Systems, and Components," and
Chapter 5, "Derivation of Technical Safety Requirements. "
6.5
CRITICALITY SAFETY PROGRAM
This section presents an overview of the organizational structure and interfaces, and
the technical and administrative practices of the criticality protection policy and
programs. It shows how the criticality safety program satisfies the criticality safety
standards.
6.5.1
Criticality Safety Organization
This section summarizes the organizational structure that administers the
criticality safety program. Include information about staffing levels, positions
of authority and responsibilities, and staff qualifications. Discuss the
interfaces and interrelationships with other safety organizations and facility
operations. Reference the administrative plans and procedures that implement
the criticality safety program.
Include in the summary the purpose, organization, and functions of any
committees responsible for criticality safety. Include in the description the
charter of responsibilities, scope of reviews, and qualifications and
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