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Appendix A Fundamentals Training
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General Operator Tasks cont'd


DOE-HDBK-1002-96
APPENDIX A
FUNDAMENTALS TRAINING
This section identifies the training program elements that will provide the trainee with the
fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to understand job related concepts and
successfully apply them to the job. Subject topics are a result of an industry-wide survey.
They show the applicability of topics to the various chemical operator classifications. The
necessary level of knowledge and performance can be adjusted to reflect facility structure and
responsibility assignments. Actual course content should consider personnel entry-level
requirements as well as job analysis results.
Instruction may give the trainee a general knowledge and understanding of the following
principles. Only the principles that apply to the facility should be included in the facility
training program. Pre-tests may be administered to determine level of competency.
A.1 General Operator Tasks
Perform general housekeeping
Take area readings
Initiate revisions to
Perform shift checks
instructions/procedures
Take shutdown readings
Maintain material identification and
Perform glovebox maintenance and
control
housekeeping
Perform self-check inspections by
Nuclear material accountability
procedure
Properly use and care for
Test alarm panels
measurement and test equipment
Take routine samples
(M&TE)
Initiate non-conformance reports
Assist control room operators
Identify process changes
Control recovery equipment
Respond to alarm conditions
Operate a fork truck
Fill out data sheets
Move material in two- and four-wheel
carts
Maintain area operating logs
Read temperature and pressure
Maintain sample log
gauges
Identify and respond to abnormalities
Monitor control equipment
Respond to radiation alarms
Transfer hazardous chemicals,
solids, and liquids
Explain precautions when entering
valve boxes
A-3


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