Suggested Learning Activities:
Review basic concepts covered in previous training, to refamiliarize the
trainee with information contained in the emergency operating
procedure design bases.
Have a discussion with an individual that is knowledgeable in transient
and accident analysis, with an emphasis on providing the shift
supervisor a thorough, design-based operational understanding of
emergency operating procedures that will enhance their ability to make
decisions during emergencies.
Use a case-study approach with emphasis on situations where deviation
from emergency operating procedures is allowed. Also, discuss the
limitations and problems associated with such a decision. Trainee's
plans may be run in the simulator to illustrate the results.
Suggested Evaluation Activities:
Conduct a qualitative evaluation of trainee responses and discussions.
Review responses derived by trainee during the case study to include
allowances in deviation from emergency operating procedures and
associated problems and benefits.
A simulator (for those facilities that have simulators) may be used to
apply learning from discussions and case studies for evaluation of the
terminal learning objective.