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Lessons Learned Handbook:
DOE-HDBK-7502-95
6.
Develop Program Infrastructure and Implementation Tools
Before the lessons learned program can be implemented, it will be necessary to
ensure that the necessary infrastructure is in place. A basic infrastructure check list
may include the following:
Program Description
Management Plan
Appropriate Personnel
Defined Roles and Responsibilities
Procedures
Template for Documenting Lessons Learned
Equipment/Computer Hardware and Software
Internet Connection
Orientation/Training
Financial Resources (if necessary)
Corrective Action Identification and Implementation
The lessons learned infrastructure should balance communications with actions taken
to prevent undesirable events and encourage positive actions. The infrastructure
should also balance electronic with non-electronic methods for sharing information.
Non-electronic methods may include developing a process to disseminate hard copies
of lessons learned, establishing a lessons learned newsletter, or other options. (See
"Non-electronic Dissemination" section of this Handbook and Volume II, Appendix VIII
for examples of documents that transmit lessons learned information non-
electronically.)
Lessons Learned procedures should be developed for identifying, documenting,
reviewing, disseminating, and implementing lessons learned; ensuring that all lessons
pass an appropriate level of security and control clearance; and for accessing and
using lessons learned. Elements such as timeliness, style, and level of detail should be
included in these procedures. The DOE Lessons Learned Standard provides guidelines
in these areas. The DOE Lessons Learned Standard was published in May 1995 and is
available from the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, Oak Ridge,
Tennessee. (See also, Volume II, Appendix III for examples of lessons learned
procedures.)
Further implementation tools include forms and standard reporting and screening
formats. For example, it is suggested that each site develop a template for
documenting lessons learned. The consistency achieved through use of a template
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