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DOE-STD-1181-2004
REQUALIFICATION, PROFICIENCY, AND CONTINUING TRAINING
DOE personnel shall participate in continuing education and training as necessary to improve their
performance and proficiency and ensure that they stay up-to-date on changing technology and
new requirements. This may include courses and/or training provided by:
Department of Energy
Other government agencies
Outside vendors
Educational institutions
Beyond formal classroom or computer based courses, continuing training may include:
Self Study
Attendance at symposia, seminars, exhibitions
Special assignments
On-the-job experience
A description of suggested learning proficiency activities and the requirements for the continuing
education and training program for Facility Maintenance Management personnel are included in
Appendix A of this document.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The following are the typical duties and responsibilities expected of personnel assigned to the
Facility Maintenance Management Functional Area:
1.
Ensuring that sufficient resources are budgeted in a timely manner to accomplish the
maintenance program's objective of providing DOE with the highest confidence in the
reliable performance of structures, systems and components important to safety through
proactive maintenance practices.
2.
Ensuring that a cost-effective and efficient maintenance program is developed and
implemented for all DOE property that is consistent with DOE's mission, safety and health,
reliability, quality, and environmental protection objectives.
3.
Ensuring that the responsibility, authority, and accountability for maintenance are clearly
defined, appropriately assigned and executed.
4.
Ensuring that DOE operational awareness review and analysis capability exists for
evaluation of maintenance program performance and effectiveness.
5.
Ensuring that where maintenance requirements or accepted maintenance standards cannot
be met, such instances are appropriately documented and acknowledged by DOE field
elements including the granting of exemptions by DOE, as appropriate, when requested.
6.
Ensuring that the requirements and standards for maintenance of nuclear facilities are
incorporated into contracts and subcontracts, including support services contracts, as
appropriate.
7.
Ensuring resources must be effectively allocated to address safety, programmatic, and
operational considerations. Protecting the public, the workers, and the environment must
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