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Guideline to Good Practices For Maintenance Management Involvement at DOE Nuclear Facilities
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Program Reviews - Continued - std10550016


DOE-STD-1055-93
Deficient areas should be assigned to accountable individuals for action planning and
follow-up.
Conditions and needs which affect the capability to perform should be regularly
reported and evaluated regarding:
Work force (functions, crews, individuals)
Equipment
Systems
Facilities
Scheduling
Coordination
Tools/materials/equipment availability
Documented root causes defined during evaluations should form the basis for program
improvements.
Training should be a continuing process to provide assurance that maintenance
personnel are knowledgeable of applicable plant physical and procedural modifications,
changes to regulatory requirements, and lessons learned from industry and in-house
operating experience that may affect job performance. Refer to DOE-NE-STD-1003-
91 "Guide to Good Practice f or T raining and Qualif ication of M aintenance Personnel"
for more detail information concerning training.
Training includes numerous areas, for example:
Skills (all levels)
Performance Based Training (PBT)
On-The-Job (OTJ)
Certification/Qualification
Health, Safety, Environmental Accountability (HSEA)
Administrative
Refresher
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