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Duties, Responsibilities , and Authorities of Facility Representatives
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Relationship of Facility Representative with DOE Managers.


DOE-STD-1063-2006
should not make Facility Representatives responsible for preparing
budgets or schedules for assigned facilities. In cases where it is
impractical to separate programmatic responsibilities, the Field
Element Manager or designee should approve all assignments of
programmatic responsibilities to Facility Representatives.
4.1.5
Scope of Reviews . The Facility Representative shall observe,
evaluate, and report on the effectiveness of the operating contractor
in multiple areas important to safe, efficient operations, such as
operational performance, quality assurance, management controls,
emergency response readiness activities, and assurance of worker
health and safety. In facilities where nuclear safeguards and security
are a concern, Facility Representatives may evaluate security issues
as they relate to safe operations . Additionally, the Facility
Representative should evaluate the overall effectiveness of the
operating contractor in i mplementing corrective actions to
deficiencies identified by facility reviews, including corrective actions
which stem from identifying, reporting, and tracking nuclear safety
noncompliance under the Price-Anderson Amendments Act of 1988.
The frequent presence of a Facility Representative in the facility is
intended and expected to improve communications between DOE
and the operating contractor. This improved communications is
intended and expected to lead to a better understanding of DOE
expectations by the contractor, and aid in the implementation of
enhancements to facility work practices and operating conditions.
4.1.6
Routine Activities. Facility Representatives should vary their day-to-
day presence in assigned facilities to show a degree of
unpredictability and spontaneity based on the Facility
Representative's judgment regarding what is appropriate to observe
and assess. While there can be beneficial oversight achieved by
walking through assigned facilities with contractor facility managers,
certain benefits are lost when Facility Representative presence is
100% predictable and always with facility managers.
4.1.7
Stop Work Authority. The Facility Representative is assigned to
monitor the performance of facility operations and management. The
Facility Representative is a direct safety oversight extension of DOE
line management to each respective facility. The responsible Field
Element Manager shall define clearly the authority provided to each
Facility Representative. The Field Element Manager shall ensure that
Facility Representatives have the authority to "Stop Work" in the
facility. The Field Element Manager shall ensure that contractors and
subcontractors are aware that Facility Representatives have this
authority and that this authority covers all facility-related work
performed by the contractor and subcontractor. The Facility
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