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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
11.3
Role of the Process Leader
The Process Leader plays a vital role in the performance of the Identification Team. The
Process Leader facilitates and coordinates the activities of the Identification Team, providing the
team with direction and focus that are consistent with direction from the Convened Group.
Acting as the formal liaison between the Identification Team and the Convened Group, the
Process Leader will need to ensure frequent communication and feedback between the two
groups, in accordance with the protocols established previously. In particular, the Process
Leader must ensure that the definition of the work and hazards being used by the Identification
Team becomes clear and complete. The Process Leader should be alert for the need to seek
clarification on this or other issues from the Convened Group, and ensure that the Convened
Group stays actively engaged in the Identification Team's activities. Finally, the Process Leader
should guide the Identification Team in documenting their work so that the documentation
requirements are met.
11.4
Role of the Identification Team
The work of the Identification Team depends on a good definition of the defined work and
hazards, and proceeds according to the pre-established protocols under the guidance of the
Process Leader. While the team is provided with the definition of the work and the hazards,
they should know the work sufficiently to verify that the input they are provided is correct and
complete. Because the definition of the work and hazards is intimately related to the process of
identifying a set of standards, further refinement of these definitions is an appropriate function
for the Identification Team. Throughout their work, they should continue to validate this and
challenge the adequacy of the work and hazards definitions. This philosophy should be part of
the training for the team.
The feasibility of the WSS set depends upon the standards implementors' recognition of the
work as defined. In the event that a significant re-organization of a current work scope is being
implemented (for example, with the transition from a Management and Operating to Integrating
type contract), this often leads to alternative mechanisms for work planning, increased
interfacing among groups and thus different roles and responsibilities. The Identification Team
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