Accession Number : ADP001593
Title : Utility Considerations in Emotional Stability Monitoring for Nuclear Plant Personnel,
Corporate Author : PERSONNEL DECISIONS RESEARCH INST MINNEAPOLIS MN
Personal Author(s) : Davis,Sandra L.
Report Date : 16 NOV 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 9
Abstract : The most effective behavioral reliability programs include four elements: (1) Behavioral criteria of unreliability, (2) Professional judgement, (3) Training, and (4) Employee assistance program. Some data exists which show more acts of sabotage, theft, or vandalism occur in environments in which screening hurdles are minimal and other security precautions are minimal. A behavioral reliability program must include training in observation skills for the individuals charged with the responsibility of ensuring reliability of their subordinates. It must be linked with a screening program through definition of criteria and the judgment of a professional psychologist or psychiatrist who knows the job environment. Finally, it must provide resources for the employee or individual who, once screened in, is now denied access.
Descriptors : *Security personnel, Nuclear power plants, Behavior, Reliability, Stability, Monitoring
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE