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Management, Assessment, and Oversight - std117720040020
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Integrated Safety Management System assessment techniques to include


DOE-STD-1177-2004
Lead an exercise post event critique.
Coordinate the writing of an exercise after action report responding to
objectives that were both met and not met.
e.
Discuss the definitions and uses of drills and exercises. Discuss the role of players,
controllers, and evaluators with respect to conduct and safety.
f.
Discuss the bounds and limitations of free play in regards to an exercise.
g.
Discuss the responsibilities for safety during an exercise. Explain how safety is built
into an exercise and how it is maintained during performance.
18.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level
knowledge of contract management as it relates to emergency management.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Describe the role of emergency management personnel in contractor oversight.
b.
Identify the key eleme nts and features of an effective Department of Energy and
operating contractor relationship.
c.
Discuss the "fee-based" evaluation process. Include the development of
performance criteria, conduct of the evaluation, and documentation and transmittal
requirements for performance.
19.
Emergency management personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge
of Integrated Safety Management System assessment techniques to include the
planning and use of observations, interviews, and document reviews to assess
Department of Energy (DOE) and facility performance, report results of
assessments, and follow-up on actions taken as the result of assessments.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Describe the assessment requirements and limitations associated with the
emergency management personnel interface with contractor employees.
b.
Explain the essential elements of a performance-based assessment including the
areas of investigation, fact-finding, and reporting.
c.
Describe the methods by which noncompliance is determined and communicated to
contractor and Department management.
d.
Describe the contents of an assessment report.
e.
Using the findings from an assessment, develop an assessment report.
f.
Explain the significance of each of the following assessment-related activities:
Exit interviews
Closure process
Tracking to closure
Follow-up
Corrective action plans
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