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DOE-STD -3009-94
Figure 3-4. Flowchart for performing a nd accident analysis.
For example, if an operator is supposed to push Button Z to stop an accident
progression, the accident analysis needs to make it clear that the operator can
actually do so. Making it clear may simply involve noting there is no physical
phenomena associated with the accident that would preclude him from doing so.
Likewise, basic assurance must be provided that equipment relied upon in
unusual or severe environments will function. This assurance does not constitute
the need for or expectation of full, formal environmental qualification.
The above guidance is not meant to imply that the DSA must contain detailed
validations for all assumptions. The DSA needs to present information at a level
that is considered sufficient for review a nd approval of the DSA. Referencing an
auditable trail of information as part of the controlled supporting documentation
is acceptable.
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