|Memorandum of Understanding Governing Regulation and Oversight of Department of Energy Activities in the Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site Industrial Area||2/15/1996||
In this Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the three regulatory/oversight entities agree to cooperate by fulfilling their respective legal responsibilities in an integrated manner designed to minimize impediments to progress in DOE's cleanup and decommissioning efforts. DOE is provided with a single qualified entity serving as coordinator for each activity. The objective is to prevent redundant and potentially wasteful regulation or oversight of DOE activities in the RFETS Industrial Area during remaining operations, deactivation, and deconimissioning.
|PS-1 - Criteria for Judging the Adequacy of DOE Responses and Implementation Plans for Board Recommendations||10/19/1990||
This policy statement, the Board's first, establishes the criteria which the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board will use in judging the adequacy of DOE Responses and Implementation Plans for Board Recomnlendations. The criteria are derived from the legal requirements contained in the Board's enabling legislation.
|PS-2 - Board Policy on transmittal of Trip Reports and other Safety Information to the Secretary of Energy||12/31/1992||
This policy statement establishes procedures for Board transmittal of trip reports and other safety information to the Secretary of Energy in those cases where (1) the information will be of assistance to the Secretary; and (2) the information does not warrant issuance of a Board recommendation.
|PS-3 - Policy Statement on Board Oversight of Department of Energy decommissioning Activities at Defense Nuclear Facilities||8/19/1996||
This policy statement describes the decommissioning phase of a DOE defense nuclear facility and identifies the Board's safety oversight responsibilities for decommissioning activities.
|PS-4 Policy on Board Operating Practices and Procedures||1/25/2013||
This policy statement summarizes how the Board members conduct business and execute their health and safety oversight responsibilities pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 2286.