Welcome to the Office of Safety Training Operations
The Office of Safety Training
Operations supports the mission of the National
Training Center (NTC) by providing competency-based
safety training for professionals within the Department
necessary to maintain the technical qualifications and
professional skill base. Safety Training Operations offers training in the
competencies outlined in the Technical Qualification
Program Functional Area Qualification Standards.
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The mission of the Office of Safety Training Operations
is to develop and deliver safety training courses
to ensure the technical proficiency necessary to maintain
a qualified workforce within the Department of Energy
(DOE)/National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).
Safety Training Operations assists in maintaining the proficiency of the
DOE/NNSA safety personnel through standardized safety
training, education, and professional development services
at the National Training Center.
- Provides and manages subject matter expertise
for the development and review of DOE safety training
and awareness courses.
- Develops and delivers safety-related training
for the DOE complex, establishes core training standards,
and promotes the professional development of DOE
- Represents the Department in government-wide forums
on building, recruiting, developing and retaining
a highly qualified safety professional workforce.
- Analyzes and develops implementation strategies
and plans for career development of safety human
capital assets DOE-wide.
- Supports the essential competencies outlined in
the Functional Area Qualification Standards.
- Coordinates with the Federal Technical Capabilities
Program and assures that program requirements are
incorporated into the design and delivery of NTC
safety training curriculum.
- Establishes and maintains a clearinghouse that
takes advantage of existing training available through
its partner institutions.
- Partners with DOE/NNSA sites and various training
organizations with training capabilities that meet
NTC programmatic training needs.