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DOE-STD-1179-2004
DOE O 430.1B, Real Property Asset Management.
b.
Identify, retrieve, and prepare a summary of all the applicable orders and rules for
training and qualification oversight activities for a given DOE facility.
c.
State and describe the purpose and applicability of DOE-STD-1070-94, Guidelines
for Evaluation of Nuclear Facility Training Programs .
d.
Apply the evaluation process indicated in DOE-STD-1070-94, including evaluation
methods, evaluation frequency, and the application of a graded approach to an
assigned evaluation of a contractor's training program, and report the results.
e.
Describe the process for determining adequate compliance with the requirements
listed in the above orders and rules and the severity and consequences associated
with not being in compliance.
15.
Technical training personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of
basic assessment principles and processe s associated with evaluating DOE
contractors such as operational readiness reviews (ORRs), readiness
assessments (RAs), and business management oversight reviews. This includes
the planning and use of observations, interviews, and document reviews to
asse ss compliance with established criteria or requirements.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Describe the role of the evaluator with respect to performance of oversight of
contractors at government-owned, contractor-operated facilities.
b.
Describe the requirements and limitations associated with the evaluator's interface
with contractor employees when conducting assessments or evaluations.
c.
Explain the impact of the Price-Anderson Amendments Act upon contractor
oversight activities, particularly in the conduct of performance evaluations and
enforcement actions associated with 10 CFR Parts 820, 830, and 835.
d.
Explain the essential elements of a performance-based assessment including the
areas of investigation, fact-finding, and reporting.
e.
Explain the purpose and contents of a typical assessment report, and describe how
to determine who should be on the distribution list for the report.
f.
Explain the essential elements and processes associated with the following
assessment activities:
One-on-one interviews;
Entrance and exit meetings;
Corrective action implementation; and
Closure process.
g.
Describe the actions to be taken if the contractor challenges the assessment
findings and explain how such challenges can be avoided.
h.
Participate on assigned contractor training and qualification assessments (including
on-site evaluations, such as ORRs and RAs, and document reviews), preparing a
report of the results of the assessment.
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