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DOE-STD-1063-2006
5.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
5.1
Facility Coverage and Staffing . Field Element Managers shall evaluate
each hazardous facility to determine an appropriate level of Facility
Representative coverage. Appendix C , PROCESS TO DETERMINE
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE STAFFING, provides a detailed process to
determine appropriate facility coverage and assignment and is the
expected methodology to be used. The Field Element Manager, or
designee, should prepare staffing plans to document these assignments
and supporting rationale.
a. Field Element Managers shall assign one or more full -time Facility
Representatives to each hazard category 1 facility, unless the Field
Element Manager and Cognizant Secretarial Officer agree that less
coverage is necessary. For nuclear hazard category 2 or 3 facilities,
radiological facilities, and hazardous non-nuclear facilities, Field
Element Managers may assign a Facility Representa tive to two or
more facilities. In unusual situations, when it is impractical to assign a
sufficient number of facilities to occupy a person full-time, the Field
Element Manager may assign the duties of a Facility Representative to
be performed part -time as a collateral function.
b. It is important that a Facility Representative 's primary duty of providing
DOE an on-site presence not be diminished. Field Element Managers
should make assignments so that Facility Representatives spend a
significant portion of their time in their assigned facility(s). It is
preferable that Facility Representative offices be located within the
facility of primary responsibility. Field Element Managers should make
assignments so that administrative work does not prevent Facility
Representatives from performing their primary function of monitoring
the performance of the facility and its operations as described in
Section 5.2.
c. To the degree that Facility Representatives are advanced or otherwise
lost from the program, Field Element Managers should take necessary
steps to ensure departing Facility Representatives are replaced in a
timely manner. The goal of the Field Element Manager should be to
recruit and hire technically capable personnel to fill Facility
Representative vacancies in an expeditious manner. Recognizing the
lengthy average time for a new Facility Representative candidate to
achieve full qualifications (i.e., approximately 18 months), Field
Element Managers should strive to recruit experienced candidates
from technically rigorous programs, both from within DOE and from
external sources, to minimize time in qualification. Such potential
sources include DOE Safety System Oversight personnel, DOE
Subject Matter Expert personnel, and personnel from directly related
fields such as naval nuclear power, commercial nuclear power,
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