NP 603 - Management of SARP Preparation, 1 credit, ($1,440 tuition and course materials), July 26-30, 2021
Applied Research Center, Garden Meeting Room, 301 Gateway Drive, Aiken, SC 29803
(Note. This location is adjacent to SRS and not within the city of Aiken limits. Please allow adequate time for trave!!.)

This course provides a basic understanding of the steps necessary to manage the development, submission, and utilization of a Safety Analysis Report for Packaging (SARP). This course covers: the regulatory requirements, guidance, and applicable codes and standards used during the development of the SARP; templates for the development of the SARP writing team and for estimating the scope, schedule, and cost associated with the development of the SARP; various ways to evaluate radioactive material packages as well as format and write the SARP; the internal and external reviews associated with a SARP, as well as interaction with the regulatory body that reviews the SARP for completeness; and the processes associated with renewals, exceptions, special permits, and decertifications. Prospective participants include DOE and its contractors and other agency and industry personnel who are responsible for SARP management; SARP leads, writers, and developers; engineers and package designers; and others who support Type B and fissile radioactive material packaging and transportation operations.

This course will be delivered via synchronous live web stream with an option for in-person attendance, pending a reduction in COVID-19 restrictions.

If you have any questions please contact Dr. Ed Ketusky at cell (803) 646-2371 or edward.ketusky@srnl.doe.gov.