What steps are taken at your
facility to ensure the ability to
Fire brigade leader
operate equipment and valves
Fire brigade team member
What sources of emergency
How are the operators at your
facility made knowledgeable of
available at your facility for use at
alternate equipment power
the scene of a fire? Where are
su p p lie s
How are the following casualty
is the quantity and
response elements coordinated
location of breathing air packs at
with the surrounding communities
your facility determined?
at your facility?
What are the immediate
Knowledge of response
individual responses to a fire at
Compatibility of equipment
Provisions for rapid....
4.6 Providing Information on Facility-Specific Actions
Provide information on facility-specific design or procedures that would moderate the
severity of a similar event should it occur at your facility. This information may consist of
excerpts from procedures, DOE Orders, Technical Safety Requirements (Technical
Specifications/Operational Safety Requirements), descriptions of engineered and other
corrective solutions, and so on. The next example illustrates this point.
For other types of case studies, facility-specific actions can be provided to the
instructor within the lesson plan.
4.7 Incorporating the Case Study Into the Lesson Plan
No matter which type of case study has been selected, the instructional developer
should incorporate it into new or existing lesson plans. When incorporating the case study