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DOE-HDBK-1203-97
Coordination of maintenance and test activities with the operations
department
Process of procedure revision, both temporary and permanent.
4.9 Simulator Training (Category-A Reactors Only)
The simulator training program should be structured to meet the needs of the individual. It
should be designed to improve overall knowledge of equipment operation and develop a
better understanding of transients and accident sequences. Not all technical staff positions
need simulator training. Emphasis should be placed on understanding facility characteristics
and controls rather than on developing control manipulation skills (not a certification
program).
4.10 Probabilistic Risk Assessment
For those facilities for which a Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) has been performed,
initial and continuing training programs should include the principal results of the PRA. The
training should address the following:
The importance of facility systems in preventing damage or severe accidents
The probabilistic basis for defining magnitudes and compositions of potential
releases of radionuclides (or other toxic materials) and consequences of
potential releases in terms of facility worker and offsite population health
effects
Dominant types of potential operational accidents as defined in terms of
frequency and consequences
Locations of all significant amounts of radioactive and other hazardous
materials, and measures to prevent their release
The importance of maintaining operational limits and conditions, and the
consequences of violating those limits
Identification of potential hardware failures and human errors which constitute
dominant contributors to important accident sequences
The role PRA can play in optimizing operating limits, Technical Safety
Requirements, testing, and maintenance intervals
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