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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 10.1: Instructions for Evaluators
Attachment 1
The following provides suggested definitions and examples of each of the above categories.
In addition, guidelines on giving credit for the examples cited are provided.
1.
Minor mistake
a.
Definition
A minor mistake is one that does NOT involve any of the following:
1)
Violating instructions in a manner that leads to unnecessary worker exposure.
2)
Violating instructions in a manner that leads to the contamination of personnel
or clean areas.
3)
Jeopardizing radiological safety and/or creating a radiological hazard.
b.
Example
An example of a minor mistake is that the worker placed protective clothing in the
wrong receptacle.
1)
Give credit if minor mistake is identified by worker.
2)
No credit given if minor mistake is not identified by worker.
2.
Significant mistake
a.
Definition
A significant mistake is one that INVOLVES any of the following:
1)
Violating instructions in a manner that would lead to unnecessary worker
exposure.
2)
Violating instructions in a manner that would lead to the contamination of
personnel or clean areas.
3)
Jeopardizing personnel safety and/or creating a radiological hazard.
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