Provide examples of situations that would require a NES study and NES
Describe the approval level requirements for a NES study and a NES OSR.
Explain the relationship between a master study and an operation-specific
2.1.19 The candidate must have knowledge of the control of electrical equipment used
in a nuclear explosive area (NEA). The candidate shall be able to:
Discuss the various types of electrical equipment that may be present in a
NEA and the controls placed on them.
Discuss the approval process for Master Tester List (MTL) testers and Master
Equipment List (MEL) equipment used at the Pantex Plant.
2.1.20 The candidate must have knowledge of tooling, testers, rigging, and hoisting
equipment used for handling nuclear explosives. The candidate shall be able to:
Explain how the design of each of the following is important in minimizing or
eliminating the potential for mishandling nuclear explosives and preventing
Read and interpret design drawings and technical specifications for the
tooling, testers, rigging, and hoisting equipment used in handling nuclear
Explain the importance of proper certification of slings and hoisting
equipment used in handling nuclear explosives.
Explain the importance of proper certification of testers used in NEOs.
2.1.21 The candidate must have knowledge of DOE-STD-3015-2001, Nuclear Explosive
Safety Study Process. The candidate shall be able to:
Discuss the purpose and scope of this standard.
Discuss member and advisor's roles and responsibilities regarding compliance
with this standard.