Welcome to the Department of Energy Operating Experience Wiki

The Department of Energy (DOE) AU-23 Operating Experience Program manages and exchanges operating experience data from across and outside the DOE Complex in order to share good work practices and prevent adverse events. On this Wiki, you'll find links to reports and information on a variety of useful safety and operational topics.

Recent Operating Experience (OE) Documents

July 2017

OE-3 2017-01 DOE Occupational Radiation Exposures for 2015

OE-3 2017-02: Moving HVAC Parts Pose Amputation Risk

OE-3 2017-03: S/CI Alert: Ratchet Strap Bolts

OE-3 2017-04: Electrofusion Coupling Failures

OE-3 2017-05: Introduction to the Pilot Project - Nuclear Safety Information Dashboard

August 2017

OE-3 2017-06: Waste Packaging and Transport

Links to All OE Documents and Summaries:

OE Documents (AU) - http://energy.gov/ehss/operating-experience-level-1-2-and-3-documents
OE Summaries (AU) - http://energy.gov/ehss/listings/operating-experience-summaries

OE Wiki Video

From science fiction to real science

This video, published by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory shows how scientists found a way to combine laser beams. The way the Death Star works in the fictional Star Wars universe has long been dismissed by scientists as something that defies our physical reality, but researchers at Lawrence Livermore's National Ignition Facility have found a way to successfully combine laser beams using plasma for the first time EVER
Posted October 26, 2017

OE Wiki Video Archives

OE Wiki Video Archive 2013 – Present

OE Wiki Video Archive 2010 – 2012

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What is a Wiki?

A wiki is a website that allows members to easily edit the content of the page. This page is a wiki, and you as a member can edit the content. The primary content of the wiki is text, but you can add images, videos, and other media that will share operational experience and enhance safety. Before you start editing this wiki you may want to check out the wiki Help to access some simple information on editing - or you can simply click the EDIT button on the upper right of each page and experiment!

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If you have any questions or concerns regarding the OE Wiki, contact Ashley Ruocco at Ashley.Ruocco@hq.doe.gov