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DOE-STD-1061-93
29.9
State the potential problems of a degraded system or process, and discuss policies and
procedures that are used to diagnose and mitigate the situation.
References:
1.
Safety Analysis Report.
2.
Probabilistic Risk Assessment data or reports.
Enabling
Learning
Objectives
Suggested Learning Activities:
None
Review concepts covered in previous training, to refamiliarize the
trainee with information that has operational impact contained in the
safety analysis report.
29.1, 29.2
Have a discussion with individual knowledgeable in transient and
29.6-29.9
accident analysis, with an emphasis on providing the shift supervisor a
thorough operational understanding of transient and accident analyses
that will enhance the ability to make decisions during emergencies.
Include a discussion of the concepts and information that have
operational impact contained in the Probabilistic Risk Assessment.
Operating experience may be useful to relate the reasons and
operational considerations resulting from the analyses.
29.3, 29.4
Use a case-study approach with emphasis on understanding, evaluating,
and responding to the parameters affecting core heat transfer
capabilities and accident mitigation.
29.5, 29.6
A simulator (for those facilities that have them) should be used to
exercise implementation skills related to the application of transient and
accident analysis to events that could result in system or process
damage. This should be done to the extent that the simulator models
conditions approaching core damage. Emphasize the understanding and
skills needed to maintain and restore safety functions.
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