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Appendix A: Facility Representatives Performance Indicators


DOE-STD-1063-2006
5.8.5 Communication and Feedback Mechanisms. The Facility
Representative Program Manager, Office of the Departmental
Representative to the Defense Nuclear Facili ties Safety Board (DOE
DR-1), should communicate with the Cognizant Secretarial Officers and
Field Element Managers frequently to guide the program implementation
and continuous improvement. This can be accomplished by:
a.
Discussions with the Program Sponsors on strategic goals and
plans;
b.
Facility Representative Steering Committee meetings; and
c.
Information sharing through the Facility Representative Home Page
(http://www.facrep.org).
5.9
Differing Professional Opinions . One of the root causes of the February
2003 Columbia Space Shuttle accident identified by the Columbia
Accident Investigation Board was that organizational barriers had become
established within the National Aeronautics and Space Administration that
preve nted effective communication of critical safety information and stifled
professional differences of opinion. Because Facility Representatives have
the professional obligation to inform management of safety information
that may affect the health and safety of the public and/or workers, Field
Element Managers should strive to develop and maintain an open
atmosphere for the exchange of views of a technical nature. Facility
Representatives, as well as other technical oversight personnel, should
provide information to management regardless of whether it may be
different from the prevailing view, disagree with a management decision or
policy position, or take issue with a proposed or established practice. This
information should receive an appropriate level of review for resolution of
any safety issues. If necessary, Facility Representative s are encouraged
to use existing procedures or follow existing guidance on resolving
differing professional opinions. DOE O 442.1A, Department of Energy
Employee Concerns Program, provides a process for resolving concerns
that may arise. Also, the Department recently developed and promulgated
draft DOE P 442.1, Differing Professional Opinions and draft DOE M
442.2-1, Differing Professional Opinions Manual for Technical Issues
Invo lving Environment, Safety, or Health.
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