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DOE-STD-1061-93
Enabling
Learning
Objectives
Suggested Learning Activities:
None
Review basic concepts covered in previous nuclear facility operator
training, to refamiliarize the trainee with information contained in the
site emergency plan.
23.1, 23.2
Discuss with a senior member of the facility management team the
emergency plan, with emphasis on responsibilities and application of
procedures and basic philosophy associated with key steps in the
procedures. A simulator may be useful to exercise application in
conjunction with other training related to the emergency plan.
24.1-24.3
Have a discussion with an emergency preparedness director or use a
case-study approach, with emphasis on the importance of managing the
transition from normal operation to coping with an emergency while
implementing the emergency plan; a thorough discussion of the
priorities of the simultaneous functions (to include turnover to the site
emergency director) that are carried out by the shift supervisor is
essential. A simulator may be useful to exercise application in
conjunction with other training related to the emergency plan.
25.1-25.4
Have a discussion with an emergency preparedness director
26.1, 26.2
emphasizing appropriate conservative protective action
27.1-27-4
recommendations, resources to mitigate an emergency event,
28.1, 28.2
determining relevant information, and responsibilities of the director
and the shift supervisor. Role-play may be a useful technique for all or
portions of the discussion.
A-63


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