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DOE-STD-1061-93
Maintaining a Broad View of Facility Operations
Module: Leadership and Management
Outline Number: LM--2
Terminal Learning Objective:
5.
Demonstrate a broad view of facility operations.
Enabling Learning Objectives:
5.1
Given a description of an operating task that puts the public at risk, state the steps
necessary to eliminate the risk.
5.2
Describe what conservative actions might be necessary to prevent challenges to
facility safety (or decrease in the margin of safety) during facility operations.
5.3
Given a series of operating tasks, evaluate each task to determine the degree to which
the shift supervisor should be personally involved.
5.4
Given a facility condition, diagnose the impact that manual intervention, in
anticipation of automatic system actions, would have on facility operation.
5.5
Given a facility condition involving several parallel tasks, identify the indication that
must be monitored to maintain oversight and overall perspective of facility operations.
References:
1.
Examples of operating experience that have resulted in occurrence reports such as a
severe or adverse accident following an improperly conducted test, a criticality event,
or problems experienced during a heat exchanger tube rupture.
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