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DOE-STD-3015-2001
1.0
INTRODUCTION
This document specifies the core set of competencies and supporting knowledge and/or
skill elements that must be met to successfully complete qualification as NESSG member and
chair. Each organization should have additional requirements necessary to satisfy prior to
qualifying NESSG member/chair that is specific for their site. This document also contains the
requirements for certifying NESSG senior technical advisors.
1.1
Purpose
This document establishes the DOE/NNSA requirements for qualifying NESSG members,
chair, and senior technical advisors. Satisfactory and documented completion of the competency
requirements and the knowledge and skill evaluation elements contained in this document ensures
that the NESSG members/chair possess the minimum requisite competence (as augmented by site
specific requirements) to fulfill their related duties and responsibilities.
1.2
Evaluation Requirements
The competency statements and supporting knowledge and/or skill evaluation elements
included in this document define the required knowledge and/or skill that an individual must
possess.
The competency statements may be completed through performance demonstrations,
formal training, exams, self-study, and/or previous experience, training, education, or
qualification.
Each organization must establish an evaluation process to determine when the candidate
has acquired the competencies outlined in this document. This evaluation process shall include
specific methods to document successful completion of competency statement requirements. This
may include a process for documenting equivalencies (satisfy requirements through prior
education, training, qualification, or experience). The following are examples of documents that
may be used for this evaluation:
Previously completed qualification
Documented evaluation of equivalencies
Written examination results
Documented oral evaluation
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