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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Source Reference
Applicability & Plan
Plan Element
Reference
(2)
Reliable - event classification should be based
______________
upon dependable event indicators which are,
whenever possible, directly related to the
severity of the accident.
______________
(3)
Internally consistent - different events of a
similar severity should result in the same
classification and different indicators of the same
event should be recognizable as such and result
in the same classification.
(4)
Anticipatory - when deciding which classifica-
______________
tion level an EAL is assigned to, the response
level necessary to address the potential
consequences of the events in progress, rather
than just the severity of the event at the time it is
recognized, should be considered.
(5)
Redundant - repetition of EALs in procedures,
______________
checklists, control panels, etc. will increase the
probability that an event will be recognized and
the event classification process initiated
(6)
Complete - all events and associated observable
______________
indicators identified in the facility/site hazards
assessment should be incorporated in the event
classification system, including multiple contem-
poraneous events.
(7)
Conservative - conditions lacking detailed or
______________
quantitative indicators should be classified on
the assumption that the condition has either
challenged or failed the engineered barriers until
confirmed safe by more direct methods.
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