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DOE-EM-STD-5502-94
5. DETAILED CRITERIA
5.1
Hazard Baseline Documentation Criteria for EM Nuclear Facilities
A facility is classified as "nuclear" if the radiological releasable inventory meets or
exceeds those discussed in DOE-STD-1027-92, for Category 3 facilities. A nuclear
facility shall comply with DOE 5480.23 and DOE 5480.22, Technical Safety Require-
ments (TSRs) and the corresponding nuclear safety rules, when issued. The SARs and
TSRs define the safety envelope for project operations and are maintained by meeting
the requirements of DOE 5480.21, Unreviewed Safety Questions. The principles and
requirements of PSM, that is the team approach to process and hazards analysis, shall
be integrated into the nuclear safety analysis process if the hazardous chemical
thresholds established in 29 CFR 1910.119, are reached or exceeded. The principles
and requirements of PSM are encouraged even for those facilities where the thresholds
are not reached or exceeded.
Nuclear facilities shall be classified as Category 1, 2, and 3 in accordance with DOE
5480.23, using guidance provided in DOE-STD-1027-92. Nuclear facilities are
required to develop a SAR. The extent of the documentation, the rigor, and the
formality of the SAR is to be graded per DOE 5480.23. The primary objective of the
graded approach is to match the rigor of the analysis and the extent of the
documentation with the magnitude of the hazards and accident scenarios represented
by the facility, the complexity of the facility and/or safety systems, and the facility's
stage in its life cycle.
Regardless of the life cycle stage, nuclear facilities shall comply with the requirements
in DOE 5480.22. The implementation of these requirements shall be graded in
accordance with the Order and its corresponding guidance.
Nuclear facilities with hazardous waste activities shall develop and maintain an up-to-
date and controlled HASP. The HASP shall be commensurate to the life cycle stage of
the project, and shall be of direct use to the workers. If the elements of PSM
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