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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
7.0
Initiating the Necessary and Sufficient Closure Process
Agreement Parties
Process Leader
Convened Group
Approval Authorities
(Section 7.2 & subsections)
(Section 7.4)
(Section 7.3)
Determine that one or
more initiation criteria
is met:
Set of standards
Become
does not exist (e.g.,
knowledgeable
new activity, OR
about the N&S
Existing standards
Process
set no longer
appropriate, OR
Contract requires use
of N&S process, OR
Stakeholder
Evaluate need
demonstrates that
for mentor to
existing standards set
assist
is not necessary or not
Convened
sufficient
Group
Consult with DNFSB
Prepare N&S
as appropriate
Process
training for
members of
Convened
Designate a Process
Group
Leader
Assemble and train
Designate members of
Establish Convened
the Convened Group
Convened Group
Group protocols and
documentation
requirements
Identify Resource
Authorities
Agree to function as
Identify Approval
Approval Authorities
Authorities
Identify Stakeholders
and Interested Parties
Establish strategy to
Provide guidance on
demonstrate Process
initial work definition
fidelity and WSS set
and performance
feasibility
expectations
7.1
Initiating the Process
There must first be appropriate conditions for initiating the N&S Process. As stated in the N&S
Manual, one of the following criteria must be met:
C
A set of standards does not exist, as in the case of a new activity. This may include a
newly constructed facility, or new activities at an existing facility.
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