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DOE-STD-1061-93
4. CONTINUING TRAINING
The frequency of continuing training should be on a biennial cycle and should be
based on job performance. Continuing training in technical and administrative subjects
should be provided to help ensure that shift supervisors maintain and improve their job
proficiency. Continuing training should not be a repeat of the initial-training program, rather
it should build on job experiences subsequent to the initial-training program and build on the
knowledge and skills that the individual gained during initial-training program. Specific
areas that should be part of a continuing-training program include, but are not limited to, the
following:
Facility and industry operating experience
Conduct of operations
Facility self-assessment
Abnormal and emergency procedures
Changes to applicable facility procedures, codes, and standards
Significant facility systems, components, and equipment changes
Changes to Technical Safety Requirements
Selected topics from the initial-training program to correct identified weaknesses and
performance problems
Selected fundamentals with emphasis on seldom-used knowledge and skills necessary
to assure safety
Lessons learned and near-miss events
Topics requested by shift supervisors or management.
During evaluations of training program effectiveness, areas for training opportunities
may be identified. When performance deficiencies or training weaknesses are noted, the
continuing training program can serve to upgrade the skills and knowledge level of the
incumbent. For further guidance in developing, implementing, and evaluating a continuing
training program, refer to the DOE Guide to Good Practices for Continuing Training.
The participation and performance of shift supervisors in the continuing training
program should be documented. Documentation should be in a form that is easily auditable
by internal and external reviewers.
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