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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
Team. Stakeholder input should be managed by the Convened Group since the Federal
Advisory Committee Act (FACA) precludes direct involvement by Stakeholders.
The Identification Team collective qualifications should include:
C
relevant knowledge, experience, and competence in the work to be performed under the
WSS set;
C
relevant knowledge, experience, and competence in identifying and evaluating the
hazards associated with the work;
C
relevant knowledge and competence in the broad array of existing requirements,
standards, and proven techniques for control of hazards (for example, DOE Directives,
industry codes and standards, applicable laws and regulations); and
C
the contribution of subject matter experts, as needed, when qualifications and skills are
required.
A sample of a protocol defining the qualification requirements for membership in an
Identification Team is included in Appendix C.
9.4
Criteria for the Confirmation Team
There is considerable latitude available in selecting the Confirmation Team. The Confirmation
Team should be separate from the Identification Team but need not be completely independent,
for example, the same organization may provide individuals to serve on both teams. The level
of formality and degree of independence should be determined by the Convened Group based
on individual circumstances of the particular Process application. For complex or controversial
issues, Confirmation is expected to involve rigorous methods including, as appropriate, fully
independent review teams. The decision of the Convened Group on the Confirmation approach
should be based on an evaluation of the complexity, risk, and significance of the work. Past
Confirmation Teams have consisted of a separate peer review group within the Identification
Team in lower hazard applications; Confirmation Teams in applications dealing with nuclear
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