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DOE-STD-1055-93
2) An acceptable root cause should meet three criteria:
its correction should prevent recurrence of the unplanned occurrence,
its correction should be feasible, and
its correction should not adversely impact safety, reliability, or operational
goals.
3) The most important aspect of an analysis program is to fix the problem and not
merely conduct an academic, analytical thought exercise. Therefore, after the root
cause has been determined, corrective actions should be initiated to correct the
deficiency and prevent recurrence. Follow-up should be incorporated into the
corrective action to ensure the "fix" is appropriate and the problem does not recur.
c. Management should periodically review and assess various elements of the site
maintenance program. An evaluation or self-assessment of each maintenance program
element, as defined in 4330.4A, should be conducted at least once every other year.
This evaluation should include inputs from maintenance managers and supervisors, and
from other groups such as operations, technical staffs, and corporate departments.
Additionally, performance based observations of actual field maintenance should be
performed to examine problem areas in implementation of maintenance program
elements. Examples of program elements to consider include the following:
assessment of the work control sy stem,
assessment of facility equipment and worker conduct of maintenance practices,
assessment of maintenance training,
assessment of spare parts and material procurement activities,
assessment of the use and control of measuring and test equipment, and
assessment of supervisory effectiveness.
5. Discuss with the trainees the facility policies on management involvement and
responsibilities.
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