Discuss the relationship between training, risk, and safe facility operations.
Discuss key elements of an effective on-the-job training program as are described in
DOE-HDBK-1206-98, Guide to Good Practices for On-the-Job Training.
Using guidelines provided in the applicable DOE Standard or Handbook as a
reference, observe and evaluate a contractor training evolution (technical staff
training, written or oral examination, on shift training, etc.).
Using contractor training procedures, applicable Department of Energy Orders, and
DOE-STD-1070-94, Guidelines for Evaluation of Nuclear Facility Training Programs,
select three elements of the contractor training program and assess for compliance
4.12 A Facility Representative shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of Conduct
of Operations principles and Department of Energy requirements to ensure facility
operations are performed in a safe and efficient manner.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
Explain the Department of Energy's role in the oversight and implementation of the
contractor's Conduct of Operations Program.
Describe the Facility Representative's role relative to conduct of operations at DOE
facilities as is provided in Conduct of Operations Requirements for DOE Facilities,
DOE O 5480.19.
Explain how the graded approach is used in the application of the guidelines
provided in DOE O 5480.19, Attachment I.
Describe contractor responsibilities associated with implementing the conduct of
operations at DOE facilities.
Explain the key elements of conduct of operations associated with each chapter of
DOE O 5480.19:
· Chapter I, Operations Organization and Administration
· Chapter II, Shift Routines and Operating Practices
· Chapter III, Control Area Activities
· Chapter IV, Communications
· Chapter V, Control of On-Shift Training
· Chapter VI, Investigation of Abnormal Events
· Chapter VII, Notifications
· Chapter VIII, Control of Equipment and System Status
· Chapter IX, Lockouts and Tagouts
· Chapter X, Independent Verification
· Chapter XI, Logkeeping