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DOE-HDBK-1002-96
audience as practical, while still focusing on the people who work in chemical-related
activities. In general, duties include product enrichment, isotope separation, production,
fabrication, assembly, chemical handling, chemical analysis, processing, and waste storage
activities that directly support facility operations or processes.
In addition to personnel with primary responsibilities for chemical-related duties, some facilities
have personnel assigned to auxiliary positions with limited duties for operations with chemical
processes. These positions may include functions associated with experiments/experiment
(loop) operations, purification (loop) operations, and perhaps some power operations duties.
Facilities should review the positions and position titles that fall in the general classification
described above and structure training programs according to individual position needs. The
information contained in this guide should be applied on an as-applicable basis, depending on
position needs.
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