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DOE-STD-1061-93
9.6
Given a choice of two or more alternatives for a given facility operational situation,
select the one that provides the greater margin of safety, consistent with operating
requirements.
9.7
Given complex actual or simulated operating activities, focus on the following safety
functions or evolutions:
Transportation of fuels or wastes
Spent-fuel receiving and storage
Criticality control
Reactivity control
Process control
Heat sink availability
Primary system integrity
Containment integrity.
9.8
Explain the significance of improper water chemistry on facility operations and the
importance of maintaining chemistry parameters over the life of the facility.
9.9
Describe the importance of correctly interfacing with outside agencies or groups.
9.10
Using various operational situations as examples, explain how foregoing a short-term
benefit to prevent sacrificing long-term component integrity is applied to managing
facility operations.
References:
1.
Conduct of operations procedure.
2.
DOE Order 5480.19, "Conduct of Operations Requirements for DOE Facilities."
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