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DOE-HDBK-1099-96
member should be listed by name so there is no confusion as to who has what drill
function. The drill safety monitor should not allow facility operating personnel to take any
actions that would adversely affect safety or cause equipment damage. No other
responsibilities should be assigned to this person. Directions should emphasize that
anyone knowing of an unsafe condition should terminate the drill. Details for any special
actions or activities if required, such as intervention points (i.e., if an action is to be
simulated rather than performed). Intervention points should be adequately described so
the evaluator, safety monitor, or other individual monitoring can adequately control the
situation.
Drill Initiation - Describes how to initiate the drill (e.g., the event being performed to cause the
facility operating personnel to suspect a problem). The drill initiation event should be very
specific.
Expected Response/Evaluation Criteria - Describes the expected response and the evaluation
criteria for all personnel actions. Typically, the expected response is already identified in
a procedure. But, it is generally insufficient to just list the procedure. Include the details
in this section so they may be properly evaluated. Details will also ensure that the safety
monitor has a better chance of acting on a problem before damage occurs.
Communications that are expected should also be listed so they may be evaluated. If
any action or communication needs more evaluation criteria than the procedure
describes, it should be included here. If there are a number of ways to accomplish a
given task, the expected response should be the normally accepted method. If any other
safe response is allowed, it should be stated here. Criteria for evaluating personnel
actions should be listed in this section of the drill scenario. More information on the
methods of listing the evaluation criteria is contained in Section 8, Criteria for Drill
Evaluation and Appendix D, Evaluation Criteria.
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