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Selecting the Identification and Confirmation Teams


DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
category II hazards have included an independent group of technical experts, many from
external organizations.
Including technical experts from outside the DOE complex can provide useful perspectives to
the Confirmation Team. The requirements of the Federal Advisory Committee Act may apply to
Confirmation Team activities. Appropriate legal counsel should be consulted if it is desired to
include personnel other than DOE and other Federal employees, and DOE contractor and
subcontractor personnel.
The collective qualifications of the Confirmation Team should be sufficient to demonstrate and
justify the team's conclusion that the proposed WSS set can provide reasonable assurance of
adequate protection and is feasible for implementation. The collective skill inventory of the
Confirmation Team should be sufficient to examine the application of skills by the Identification
Team. The collective skills inventory of the Confirmation Team should overlay the collective
skill inventory of the Identification Team; however, it is not expected to be identical. The
Confirmation Team should have maturity of view, broadness of perspective and application of
skills. The Confirmation 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 concerning existing requirements, standards and
proven techniques (both technical and management) for controlling hazards; and
C
"intellectual expertise" as would be required in the application to hazards control of
scientific, engineering, analytical, and legal matters and "experience expertise" as would
be required to conduct skilled hands-on work, applied engineering, work planning and
procedure development, and management/supervision.
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