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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Source
Applicability &
Reference
Plan Element
Plan Reference
EMG-CA
(c)
Pre-calculated consequences for a range of
______________
C.2.c.(3)
material and release magnitudes, and also a
range of transport and diffusion conditions, to
serve as initial assessment tools. If properly
organized (by tabulation and indexing for quick
reference), the hazards assessment results can
serve this purpose.
EMG-CA C.3
(2) The emergency plan should provide for the
______________
capability for continuous, in-depth assessment of
events, an active process that incorporates new
information as it becomes available.
EMG-CA
(a) Procedures should provide for and describe
______________
C.3.a
models and methods to improve the
quantitative accuracy of the event and its
consequences.
EMG-CA
(1) The level of sophistication of calculational
______________
C.6.a
methods and model should be
commensurate with facility-specific source
terms, atmospheric dispersion
considerations, and potential severity of
consequences of a release on personnel and
the environment.
EMG-CA
(2) Procedures should address justification and
______________
C.6.b
documentation of the selection of methods
and models, including the results of any
verification and validation. Methods and
models used in consequence projection
should be documented in such a manner
that the analyses and results can be
critically reviewed, understood, and, if
necessary, reconstructed by independent
experts. Detailed descriptions of the
assumptions, methods, and models should
be documented in a form that can be
referenced (e.g., published technical reports
or vendor manual).
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