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DOE-STD-1061-93
Technical Safety Requirements and approval
Configuration change control
QC requirements
Replacement parts and component requirements (equal-to or better concept)
Post-modification activities, such as testing, drawing update, procedure changes, and
training.
4.2.6 Nuclear, Industrial, and Radiation Safety
The purpose of this module is to enable the shift supervisor to understand and
effectively manage the safety requirements as defined by applicable DOE Orders and
directives. Topics for training may include the following:
Safety Analysis Reports
Job safety analyses
Handling of safety matters
Industrial safety programs
Applicable DOE Orders
As-low-as-reasonably-achievable (ALARA) Program
Occurrence reports.
4.2.7 Interfacing With External Groups and Organizations
The purpose of this module is to enable the shift supervisor to interface with external
organizations in accordance with established facility policies and procedures. Topics for
training may include the following (Note: Some topics listed may only apply to multifacility
sites or facilities still under construction.):
Corporate organization (whether onsite or offsite)
Corporate policies concerning industrial relations and hiring practices
Corporate-level goals and objectives
Department of Energy and other federal agencies
Labor relations
Areas of corporate support for facility activities (such as maintenance support)
Lines of communication appropriate to the managerial position
Methodology for obtaining changes to the facility Technical Safety Requirements
Working relationships with contractors and vendors
Resolution of contractual problems
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