The application should describe how the human performance program addresses and integrates the range of human factors that influence human performance, including but not limited to:
· the provision of qualified workers
· the reduction of human error
· organizational support for safe work activities
· the continuous improvement of human performance
· monitoring hours of work
The applicant should describe the programs that aim to continuously improve human performance, to take steps to identify human performance weaknesses and to remove human performance-related root causes of events. The application should include plans for developing and updating these programs.
The application shall describe a training system that is in accordance with REGDOC‑2.2.2, Personnel Training .
The applicant shall submit a description of any proposed full-scope training simulator used for the reactor facility and the manner in which the simulator will be used to support commissioning. The application should include information showing how the simulator meets the expectations of section 15 of REGDOC‑2.2.3, Volume III, Certification of Persons Working at Nuclear Power Plants .
The applicant should describe the qualification and training requirements for personnel engaged in the design activities, and the proposed program and schedule for recruiting, training and qualifying workers for work relating to construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance.
The applicant should ensure that personnel engaged in construction and commissioning activities have the appropriate training, qualifications and competence to perform their assigned tasks effectively and safely. For more information, see sections 3.3.3 and 8.2 of REGDOC‑2.3.1, Conduct of Licensed Activities: Construction and Commissioning Programs .
For certified positions, the training program should be in accordance with REGDOC‑2.2.3, Volume III, Certification of Persons Working at Nuclear Power Plants .
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