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DOE-STD-1061-93
Nonroutine Reporting Requirements
Module: Administrative Procedures
Outline Number: AD--7
Terminal Learning Objective:
22.
Apply nonroutine reporting requirements to operational situations.
Enabling Learning Objectives:
22.1
Given a facility condition, analyze the process or system status to determine the
reporting requirements.
22.2
Given a facility condition and using facility procedures, determine the reporting
requirements.
22.3
Given a facility condition and using facility procedures, formulate required reports and
identify proper notification.
22.4
Apply administrative and corporate philosophy to occurrence reporting requirements.
References:
1.
Appropriate facility administrative procedures.
2.
Federal, state, and local reporting requirements (excluding emergency plan reports).
Enabling
Learning
Objectives
Suggested Learning Activities:
None
Review basic concepts covered in nuclear facility operator training, to
refamiliarize the trainee with the nonroutine reporting requirements.
22.1-22.4
Discuss with an operations manager or an experienced shift supervisor
situations with potential for adversely affecting the environment, and
reasons for required reports, including environmental impact of
parameters monitored, consequences to the company for failure to
report, responsibilities to initiate various special reports, reporting
priorities, and practical application of procedures for various situations.
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