The human performance management SCA covers activities that enable effective human performance through the development and implementation of processes that ensure that a sufficient number of licensee personnel are in all relevant job areas and have the necessary knowledge, skills, procedures and tools in place to safely carry out their duties.
This section addresses the requirements of the following regulations made under the NSCA:
· General Nuclear Safety and Control Regulations, paragraphs 3(1)(k), and 12(1)(a), (b), (e) and (j), and section 17
· Class I Nuclear Facilities Regulations, paragraphs 3(f) and 5(i), (l) and (m), and sections 9, 10, 11 and 12
· Nuclear Security Regulations, section 38 (all requirements related to security training)
The application should describe the qualifications, adequate numbers, skills and competencies required by workers at the facility.
The description should include the measures to ensure a sufficient number of workers in all job areas, and that workers have the necessary knowledge, skills, procedures and tools in place to safely carry out their duties.
The application should describe the measures to promote and support human performance at all levels in the organization. The application should demonstrate how the applicant's programs and processes interface to support continuous enhancement of human performance. The application should demonstrate various measures to identify and monitor human performance weaknesses and to correct any organizational deficiencies to minimize human error.
The application should describe the workforce planning process - including measures for knowledge transfer - to ensure that workers are recruited and trained to fill each key role within the organization.
The application should also provide information on the plans to transfer procedures for commissioning to allow an efficient transfer of knowledge to the operating organization.
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