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DOE-HDBK-1203-97
4.7 Facility Systems and Components
The purpose of this module is to enable the trainee to explain the design purpose of facility
systems and components, major precautions and limitations for their use, interactions with
other systems, and to locate major systems and components. Trainee interest may be
enhanced if this section includes an explanation of design considerations and system walk-
throughs. Systems and component training should include those essential to facility safety
and efficiency such as.
Explain the purpose of each system/process
List major precautions and limitations
Describe interaction with other systems
Describe integrated system operation.
4.8 Facility Operations
The purpose of this module is to enable the trainee to apply the following topics
(assignments in the facility or use of simulators may reduce the time required for and
increase the effectiveness of this instruction):
Selected normal, abnormal, and emergency operating procedures
Major steps in startup and shutdown
Various facility or reactor operational modes
Planning and management of scheduled maintenance periods
Facility Technical Safety Requirements and how they are used
General categories of design bases for accident analyses
Facility parameters that will initiate reactor/process trip
Actions necessary to recover from a reactor/process trip
Major steps in refueling, including post-refueling tests
Departmental responsibilities and authorities and interdepartmental
interfacing
ALARA program and work planning to minimize personnel radiation exposure
Importance of maintenance to safe and reliable facility operation
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