DOE Corporate Lessons Learned Collection
Corporate Operating Experience Program
DOE Corporate Lessons Learned Collection: The Lessons
Learned portion of the Corporate OE Program is modeled
after the Institute for Nuclear Power Operations (INPO)
Significant Event Evaluation and Information Network
(SEE-IN) program currently used by the commercial
nuclear power industry. The Corporate Operating Experience
Program Lessons Learned products are:
- Department of
Energy Lessons Learned Database: Jump to
Operations Reports (SORs): This corporate
OE product provides information on significant ES&H
issues applicable DOE-wide that require corrective
action. SOR's REQUIRE contractors to take
Action and report the results to DOE Headquarters.
- Environment, Safety
and Health Alerts (SAs): Provide information
on ES&H issues requiring immediate attention, such
as safety-related Suspect Counterfeit and Defective
Items. Action Required. Operating contractors
should take action specified and must report back
to DOE Headquarters with positive or negative findings.
Reports (SRs): This corporate OE product
delineates significant ES&H trends DOE-wide that
may require corrective action. Action is Recommended,
Applicability Determined by Recipient, Unless Otherwise
Safety and Health Bulletins (SBs): This
corporate OE product provides information on potentially
significant ES&H issues that require management
awareness and/or with longer term impacts. Action
is Recommended. Operating contractors should
take the recommended actions, and must report back
to DOE Headquarters with positive or negative findings
Safety and Health Advisory (SAd). This Corporate
Operating Experience Product is issued on an as-needed
basis when our analysis of operating experience
data shows an event or trend that warrants senior
Headquarters and field manager awareness but whose
safety significance does not warrant an SOR, SA,
or SB. An SAd highlights important environment,
safety, and health issues for senior management
attention and potential action. No response to an
SAd is required.
Experience Summaries: This bi-weekly OE
product is intended for supervisors and workers.
The summaries provide: 1) information associated
with an adverse occurrence or aggregate of similar
occurrences, 2) causes, and 3) prevention measures.
The product is provided for worker safety meetings,
and action by the reader during their daily work
- Just-In-Time Operating
Experience Reports: This OE product provides
Training/ Briefing material for first line supervision
and workers on topics to aid pre-job preparation
and work execution.
& Defective Items: Links to the Suspect/Counterfeit
& Defective Items web pages (registration required).
This page provides information on suspect/counterfeit
or defective items that may have DOE applicability,
and is intended for information and action by the
reader as appropriate.