Documentation should clearly state who verifies that instructors meet the minimum qualifications for
the positions they hold. Additional guidance relative to qualification of training personnel may be
found in DOE-STD-1001-96 Guide to Good Practices for Training and Qualification of Instructors.
Educational requirements should be consistent with those stipulated in DOE Orders and in regulatory
documents. A high school education or General Education Development (GED) equivalent is
recommended for entry into maintenance training programs.
3.3 Physical Attributes
The following physical attributes are recommended for safe performance of assigned tasks:
Natural or corrected near-distance visual acuity
Color vision sufficient to discern system and component color coding
Hearing sufficient to respond properly to audible alarms and use communications systems
Sufficient strength, motor power, range of motion, and dexterity to allow access to facility
equipment and meet job performance requirements.
The trainee should complete the training described in this guide or be granted an exception in
accordance with Section 5. When an individual has equivalent previous experience, education,
and/or training in a college or university, technical school, or another nuclear facility or military
facility, that individual may be excepted from training.
3.5 Subcontractor Personnel
Training for subcontracted-services personnel should be consistent with the duties being assigned.
These personnel should be qualified on the task they will be performing or should be directly
supervised by a person qualified to perform the task.