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DOE-HDBK-1099-96
APPENDIX B - EXAMPLE DRILL SCENARIOS
Title:
Containment Argon Leak From R-36
Drill Number: 007-02
Revision Number: 0
SECTION IV.
EXPECTED RESPONSE/EVALUATION CRITERIA
Control Room has ERT and RPT assemble and all personnel are requested to stand clear, as it
appears from the 550' level that the IEMC gallery H&V is supplied via E24. The ERT should
verify the flow in the H&V duct prior to entering the lower IEMC gallery.
ERT and RPT set up barriers and begin surveys to find the source. Leak is found on a fitting
going to the operating bed and R-36 is secured and isolated.
The drill monitor in the IEM Cell gallery shall observe if the ERT and RPT conduct the survey in
an organized manner. The actual identification of the leak location is at the drill monitors'
discretion.
SECTION V.
TERMINATION and RESTORATION
Drill is terminated when R-36 is secured and isolated after the leak has been found, and CTMT
H&V has been secured.
Restart R-36 per SN-82.1-11. Restart CTMT H&V.
B 1-3


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