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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
9.2
Roles of the Convened Group and Process Leader
The Process Leader and the Convened Group should carefully deliberate and agree on the
composition and prerequisite qualifications and experience required for membership in the
Identification Team(s) and the Confirmation Team. The breadth and specialties of technical and
management systems should be specifically identified. Typical candidates to be considered
include personnel who are knowledgeable of the work design and performance as well as
experts in occupational safety and health, radiation safety, waste management, environmental
protection, and quality assurance. Each application of the N&S Process will be unique, so the
selection of technical expertise should be appropriate for the work; including personnel with
operational expertise and practical work experience is essential. Typical candidates include
representatives from facility management and operations. Consideration should also be given
to inviting participation by experts from other organizations, either inside or outside the DOE
complex. Such broadened participation will enhance the Process and the resulting set of Work
Smart Standards.
The Convened Group, in coordination with the Process Leader, should establish the specific
criteria for assignment to membership on the Identification and Confirmation teams. These
requirements may include a prerequisite number of years experience in a technical field,
educational degrees, and specified operational expertise. It may be appropriate to require
demonstrated performance in fields requiring knowledge of both commercial standards, DOE
Orders and standards applicable to the discipline. Establishing the correct prerequisites for
assignment to the Identification Team is an essential first step to ensure that qualified personnel
are assembled to develop a comprehensive set of standards. Appendix C provides an example
of such qualification requirements.
9.3
Criteria for the Identification Team
The identification of a Work Smart Standards Set for a defined scope of work relies on the
collective judgment of a team of people who are knowledgeable of the work. The team must
establish that implementation of the set is feasible and that the set provides a basis for
reasonable assurance of adequate protection. The nature of the work, its complexity, hazards,
and uncertainties will determine the breadth of knowledge needed within the Identification
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