B.1 Suspend all waste container
B. Waste container
movements within 10 feet of the non-
Material at Risk
compliant waste container.
B.2.1 Remove the non-compliant waste
container from WASTE STORAGE
B.2.2 Bring the non-compliant waste
container into compliance with the
material at risk limits.
SR 3.3.1 Verify that quantities of waste in containers do not
exceed the total limits for combined drums and waste boxes
SR 3.3.2 Verify that the curie content of a containerized waste
item that is to be received at Waste Storage Facility does not
exceed the material at risk limits.
Inventory Control and Material Management provides control
for the location, storage configuration, and handling of nuclear
material within WASTE STORAGE FACILITY based on the
quantity, type, and form. This element protects the
assumptions of the accident analysis that limit the amount of
MAR available for potential release in the event of an
APPLICATION TO SAFETY
Accidents resulting from a breach of TRU waste containers
can result in significant consequences to workers and
potentially the public. Specific controls and restrictions are
placed on radiological material inventory (containerized waste
items and WASTE STORAGE FACILITY) to prevent the
introduction of materials into WASTE STORAGE FACILITY
that would invalidate the safety basis.