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DOE-STD-1061-93
3.2.3 Nuclear Safety
A goal of operations of DOE nuclear facilities is that operation will not result in any
significant impact on the health and safety of the public, facility employees or contractors, or
the environment. Therefore, shift supervisor trainees should receive training in the following
areas:
Nuclear criticality safety limits
Nuclear materials safeguards
Limiting conditions of operation
Safety envelope
Facility Safety Analysis Report
Technical Safety Appraisals
Safety analysis and review system
DOE Nuclear Safety Policy Statement
DOE orders relating to nuclear safety
Applicable NRC regulations relating to nuclear safety
Operating experience.
3.2.4 Occurrence Reports
Shift supervisor trainees should receive occurrence report training as appropriate to
their job responsibilities. This training should be further emphasized in the continuing
training program. Training should address the following:
Importance of the occurrence reporting system
Internal, external, and follow-up notification requirements of reportable occurrences
Occurrence categorization and notification process
Utilization of reportable occurrence information
Occurrence Reporting and Processing System (ORPS)
Collection of data required for generation of occurrence reports
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operating conditions at the time of the occurrence
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documented statements of persons who were involved in or who witnessed the
occurrence
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recordings, charts, and/or printouts from instruments or computers monitoring
the operation during the occurrence
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first 18 fields of an occurrence report
Internal and external investigations of the occurrence
Final evaluation and lessons-learned from occurrence.
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