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Facility Preparation May 2005. 2M. Upon successful completion of this topic, the student should be able to:. Describe facility preparation considerations including: Planning Timing Verification. Planning for Failure. Project Management. Define the work scope . . .

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upon successful completion of this topic the student should be able to
Upon successful completion of this topic, the student should be able to:
  • Describe facility preparation considerations including:
    • Planning
    • Timing
    • Verification

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planning for failure
Planning for Failure

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project management
Project Management
  • Define the work scope . . .
    • Construction, modification, support SSCs . . .
    • Equipment testing and subsequent repairs . . .
    • Documentation development-DSA, procedures, etc. . . .
    • Training, qualification, surrogate operations . . .
  • Identify task relationships . . .
    • Predecessor: Procedures . . .
    • Successor: Operator Training . . .
  • Plan realistic task duration . . . Essential!
  • When changes occur, identify all affected tasks . . .

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the authorization basis
The Authorization Basis
  • Authorization Basis means the combination of information relating to the control of hazards at a nuclear facility (including design, engineering analyses, and administrative controls) upon which DOE depends for its conclusion that activities at the facility can be conducted safely.

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authorization basis continued
Authorization Basis (continued)
  • The Authorization Basis is described in documents such as:

- Facility DSA/SARs/BIOs/HAR, other safety analyses;

- TSRs/OSR/ABCD . . .

  • Safety Evaluation Reports (SERs) . . .
  • Facility-specific implementing mechanisms to comply w/ DOE Orders, policies, or other contract provisions (infrastructure program) . . .
  • Permits . . .

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definition safety analysis
Definition: Safety Analysis
  • A documented process to:
    • Provide a definition of the work and identification of hazards within a DOE activity or facility;
    • Analyze and evaluate potential accidents and their associated risks;
    • Evaluate measures (hardware, procedures, systems) to reduce the probability and/or consequences of potential accidents;
    • Develop/define specific engineered and administrative controls to provide an acceptable level of risk.

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technical safety requirements tsrs
Technical Safety Requirements (TSRs)
  • The TSR and its appendices constitute an agreement or contract between the DOE and the facility operating management regarding the safe operation of the facility.
  • As such, they cannot be changed without DOE approval!
  • OSRs have similar expectations.

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safety evaluation reports sers
Safety Evaluation Reports (SERs)
  • The DOE will/should:
    • document its review of an DSA/SAR with a Safety Evaluation Report (SER) . . .
    • impose conditions of approval, which might include constraints on TSRs, additional or alterations to other commitments . . .

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implementation of dsa sar tsr bio jco
Implementation ofDSA/SAR/TSR/BIO/JCO
  • A critical element of achieving readiness:
    • Identify commitments;
    • Develop implementing mechanisms;
    • Develop implementation matrix;
    • Track implementation to closure;
    • Verify implementation is complete and accurate.

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implementation means
Implementation Means:
  • Engineered controls in place and tested;
  • Procedures complete, V&V, CM;
  • Training complete;
  • Surveillances demonstrated and current;
  • Management programs in place:
    • Specific Administrative controls implemented and verified effective.
  • Issues and other Tracking systems functioning.

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if it s so easy
If it’s so easy...

Why is it so hard?

  • Started before readiness was achieved . . .

And / or . . .

  • Preparation = ORR/RA review areas!

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overcoming the barriers
Overcoming the Barriers
  • Plan for achieving readiness = POA = ORR/RA;
  • POA adequately specific . . .
  • POA with proper prerequisites . . .
  • POA done EARLY . . .
  • Thorough MSA . . .
    • In process evaluation; QA criterion 9 . . .
  • Don’t start early!

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prerequisites
Prerequisites
  • Detailed and Measurable . . .
  • Specific Startup Requirements:
    • Identify ALL SSCs including support systems . . .
    • Tied to Core Requirements - are they met?
    • Specific Actions:
      • Operator Training Requirements Completed;
      • Procedures Finalized (V&V);
      • Test Program Complete, results approved;
      • DSA fully implemented; etc; . . .
  • Part of Project Planning: Demonstrated Success!

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plan to achieve readiness
Plan to Achieve Readiness
  • Address Achieving Core Requirements in the Schedule:
    • Prerequisites!
  • Allow Time for Implementation:
    • Training . . .
    • Procedure V&V . . .
    • Practice . . .
  • Can’t Start Too Early!

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commitment to achieve readiness
Commitment to Achieve Readiness
  • A “failed” ORR is “not a good thing”!
  • The best manager can control schedule OR cost, but not both in preparing for the ORR/RA!
    • Make decision: cost versus budget; take action early . . .
  • Watch for symptoms of failure . . .
  • You get what you INSPECT . . .
  • Parallel MSA will reduce rework, cost, and schedule impact if management is “Serious” . . .
  • “Pay me now, or Pay me later”. . .

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