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Process Documentation cont'd


DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
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Document results. Documentation should be prepared according to the Process and
team protocols discussed earlier. The importance of careful and thorough
documentation cannot be overemphasized. Documentation prepared by the
Identification Team will form the basis for demonstrating fidelity to the N&S Process, for
understanding the WSS set, and for communicating Process results to the Confirmation
Team, the Approval Authorities, and to Stakeholders and other Interested Parties.
11.5
Role of Technical and Operational Experts
Assistance from Technical Experts or Operational Experts may be requested when the
Identification Team requires additional expertise in a specific area. Technical and Operational
Experts are not necessarily members of the Identification Team, but are requested as required
to provide input and assistance for a specifically defined area. The use of such contributing
experts will be dictated by the complexity of the Process application and the composition of the
Identification Team. The Identification Team is solely responsible for its work product; use of
subject matter experts is not a compensatory measure for inadequate range of knowledge and
experience on the Identification Team. The Team should recommend its membership be
expanded if it becomes dissatisfied with its collective knowledge and experience.
11.6
Process Documentation
General considerations for developing N&S Process documentation have been discussed
earlier in Section 10.2.2. Documentation from the Identification process will be needed to
support confirmation, approval and maintenance of the WSS set. The bases documentation
should be sufficient to clearly identify the bases for the WSS set. This is of significant
importance for maintaining the standards set. Specifically, documentation from the identification
process should demonstrate the following:
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Identification Team members are adequately qualified, both collectively and individually,
in relation to the work and hazards addressed by the WSS set. Since the qualification of
team members is crucial, documentation should relate the team's qualifications to the
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