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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
selections, and resolved any differences of opinion; and (2) a second group of qualified
individuals confirmed the chosen set as adequate and feasible. Documentation of these
activities, to whatever level of detail the Convened Group deems appropriate, should
include the following components:
C
team member names, responsibilities, and qualifications;
C
results of the confirmation process;
C
discussion of differing opinions and their resolution; and
C
documentation of linkage between the WSS set, the work, and the hazards.
C
Implementation assumptions and interfaces. Assumptions are statements that provide
additional information helpful to understanding and implementing the WSS set. They
may provide limits on applicability, interpretation of scope, clarifications, feasibility, or
acceptable degrees of implementation. Interfaces clarify where information is located,
the boundaries of the work scope, and how the WSS set relates to other sitewide safety
standards. The level of detail is an important consideration in planning how to document
interfaces and assumptions. Guidance on where to document the information (for
example, in connection with a particular standard in the WSS set, or in the Process
description documentation) should be carefully considered to support later
demonstrations of feasibility.
C
Justifications to support exemptions from legal requirements. Exemption requests
should be considered for regulatory requirements that are deemed unnecessary for
adequate protection. Documentation to support requests for regulatory exemptions will
need to be rigorous and meet any requirements established in applicable regulations.
Exemption requests will normally need to be supported by additional documentation
beyond that which satisfies the requirements of the N&S Process.
C
Involvement of Stakeholders and Interested Parties. Documentation of Stakeholders'
involvement in the Process provides a vehicle for meaningful input while recognizing that
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