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DOE-STD-1061-93
2.10
Given a situation identified as a problem, manage the follow-through to an acceptable
solution, either directly or through delegation, by setting priorities and evaluating
resources.
2.11
Given a problem requiring resolution, anticipate the outcome of potential decisions
and predict the expected impact of the final decision.
2.12
For a given activity, assess the impact of procedural/resource limitations and time
constraints on planned actions.
2.13
When choosing among alternative actions, prioritize the alternatives to select the
optimum choice including actions outside of established procedures.
2.14
Given a situation requiring a decision, consider whether the benefits outweigh the risks
for selected alternatives.
2.15
In rapidly changing or uncertain situations, display a cautious approach to decision
making.
2.16
Develop conservative decisions that protect the safety of the facility, personnel, and
equipment.
2.17
Following the completion of a job, task, or step, evaluate whether the actions taken
resulted in the desired response.
3.1
Given a situation or problem to solve, apply knowledge gained from operating
experience to identify possible causes.
3.2
Explain and support the reasons for making cautious decisions.
References:
1.
Problem-solving and root cause analysis reference(s) or handout(s).
2.
Conduct of operations procedure.
3.
Examples of situations (operating experience) with associated data (if case-study
approach discussions are used).
A-12


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