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DOE-STD -3009-94
11.3 CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS
This section summarizes applicability of conduct of operations to the facility and
briefly identifies salient features of the conduct of operations program. Specific
topical areas from DOE 5480.19 that should be considered are:
Shift routines and operating practices.
Control area activities.
Control of on shift training.
Control of equipment and system status.
Lockouts and tagouts.
Independent verification.
Log keeping.
Operations turnover.
Operations aspects of facility chemistry and unique processes.
Required reading.
Timely orders to operators.
Operator aid postings.
Equipment and piping labeling.
11.4 FIRE PROTECTION
11.4.1
Fire Hazards
This section provides a realistic discussion of the magnitude of facility fire
hazards in terms of overall combustible and explosive loading in proximity to
hazardous materials being protected. This information should be based on and
correlate with accident descriptions in Chapter 3, "Hazard and Accident
Analyses."
Results of overall assessments, such as Fire Hazards Analyses and actual
facility walkdowns, should be summarized as appropriate to put fire interaction
with material into a proper perspective (e.g., will material be within flame
zone, heated indirectly, or largely unaffected). The purpose of this section is to
define the main fire protection issues of interest in the DSA.
11.4.2
Fire Protection Program and Organization
This section summarizes the program, including the safety management
policies and philosophies used as a basis for the program. These elements
should include the overall conceptual approach to fire and explosion
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