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Appendix A Evaluation Guideline - doe-std-3009-94_cn3_3-30-060134


DOE-STD -3009-94
chapter. Describe the programs and provisions for monitoring safety
performance of the staff.
17.4 SAFETY MANAGEMENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
This section identifies and describes programs to enhance facility safety.
17.4.1
Safety Review and Performance Assessment
This section summarizes the programs and procedures used to ensure
independent oversight, safety review, USQ determination, and appraisal of the
safety performance of all of the organizations involved in the mana gement of
safety, such as industrial safety, fire inspections, and hazardous material
control.
17.4.2
Configuration and Document Control
This section summarizes programs for controlling modifications to the facility
or to its operation. Describe the progr ams for control of all documentation
serving a safety related function, such as as-built facility drawings, operating
procedures, training manuals, etc.
17.4.3
Occurrence Reporting
This section summarizes provisions for investigating abnormal events and
reporting procedures to DOE; selection and analysis of information for
occurrence reports; the evaluation of operational experience and trends; and for
the development of feedback, corrective action, and communicating lessons
learned.
17.4.4
Safety Culture
This section summarizes the policies and programs used to: promote an interest
in and involvement of all associated workers in facility safety; facilitate a
questioning attitude toward safety related activities and equipment; and ensure
that workers understand the potential risks to the facility and fellow workers as
well the rewards and sanctions associated with personal safety performance.
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