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DOE O 232.2 Admin Chg 1, Occurrence Reporting and Processing of Operations Information

Functional areas: Administrative Change, Environment, Safety and Health, Occurrence Reporting, DNFSB Requirement

The order promotes organizational learning consistent with DOE’s Integrated Safety Management System goal of enhancing mission safety, and sharing effective practices to support continuous improvement and adaptation to change. Superseded by DOE O 232.2A.

o232.2-adminchg1.pdf -- PDF Document, 275 KB

Writer: Ashley Ruocco
  • Management and Operations
  • Safety
ID: DOE O 232.2 Admin Chg 1
Type: Order
OPI: HS - Office of Health, Safety and Security
Status: Archive
Approved Date: Aug 30, 2011
Last Update: Mar 12, 2014
CRD: Yes
Invoking Directive: No
Occurrence Reporting and Processing of Operations Information
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Raymond E. Keeler says:
Jun 10, 2014 06:49 PM

The document references DOE standards such as DOE-STD-1197-2011 and DOE STD-1098-2008 but does not provide links to the standards. A search on the standard using the page's search feature only retrieves the directive.

Michael Potvin says:
Jan 12, 2016 03:59 PM

For 4A(1) and 4A(2) Responses to Frequently Asked Questions the following was asked: If there is a temporary loss, but all actions and completions times are met and there was no compromise to the authorization bases, is this reportable? In both bases the response was "Yes." If the question had been the following would the answer still have been yes:

If there is a temporary loss of a component where redundant components are maintained operable or in operation and the
authorization basis is not compromised, is this reportable? (Based on definition of Performance Degradation - item (3)) It would appear that having a redundant operable component would not make it reportable, even if a LCO had been entered.

Millie Birrenbach says:
Dec 05, 2017 05:29 PM
What happened to the Causal Analysis Fault Tree that was in O232.2?
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