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Continuing Training and Proficiency Requirements
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The candidate must have knowledge of the fission process


DOE-STD-3015-2001
2.1
NES Program
2.1.1 The candidate must have the ability to identify potential threats to nuclear
explosive safety and evaluate the adequacy of controls to assure nuclear
explosive safety. The candidate shall be able to:
a.
Evaluate nuclear detonation safety design and configuration during nuclear
explosive operations including:
Isolation:
Identify when barriers are breached during assembly/disassembly.
Identify when strong links are absent or potentially bypassed.
Incompatibility:
Identify available energy sources and their effects on nuclear
explosive components.
Identify available signals that could drive a unique signal
discriminator.
Inoperability:
Identify defined weak links in various nuclear explosives.
Describe the features and safety role of the weak link(s).
b.
Evaluate the NES contributions of the design safety features of a nuclear
explosive.
c.
Evaluate electrical tester designs, safety analyses, and tester/nuclear explosive
d.
Evaluate special tooling and written procedures used for nuclear explosive
operations.
e.
Evaluate facilities and associated equipment used for nuclear explosive
operations.
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