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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
Some safety control topics that are of particular or unique interest to DOE are typically identified
for standards definition only in DOE directives. These directives represent a broad-based
collective knowledge developed over a wide expanse of often unique hazards and should be
considered for applicability to the particular work and hazards under consideration by the WSS
set. Safety control topics that are uniquely addressed and invoked by DOE Orders must be
addressed in the WSS set if they are relevant to the work and the hazards. Direct incorporation
of DOE Orders into the WSS set is one, but not the only, means of addressing these topics.
Considerations for the Identification Team in identifying a standard for inclusion in the WSS set
from among competing standards reference bases include:
C
the expectations of the Convened Group,
C
acceptability of the identified standard to the collective judgment of the Identification
Team,
C
confidence in the identified standard by the audiences for Process documentation,
C
feasibility of implementing the identified standard in the context of the work and hazards,
C
experience in practices for implementing the identified standard,
C
specificity with which the identified standard addresses the work and the hazards,
C
familiarity of the work force with implementation of the identified standard, and
C
the synergistic effect of implementing the identified standard to control more than a
single hazard.
In some cases, it has proven valuable when documenting the adequacy of the WSS set to
include a mapping matrix which illustrates where the topical area of a DOE directive is linked to
the same topical area in the identified standards. Such mapping is not mandatory but will
facilitate familiarization with the WSS set by other parties. A sample of a mapping matrix which
was developed during a N&S Process is provided as Appendix F.
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