Author: Harrouch, E.
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THPMY030 How to Manage a Large Scale Beam Line Consolidation in a Highly Activated Area? 3721
  • S. Evrard, J.L. Grenard, E. Harrouch, A. Herve, A. Pardons, Y. Pira, Y.D.R. Seraphin, C. Theis, H. Vincke
    CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
  The TDC2/TCC2 consolidation is a good example showing how the complexity of interventions in high radiation areas has increased over the last five years. Due to its duration, its dispersion, the diversity of the teams involved, the fixed deadlines, the risks and external constraints, this worksite prefigures large scale-interventions in the LHC during long shutdown 2 (LS2) and even more LS3. The paper describes the three main project phases: preparation, execution (including monitoring and control) and closure emphasizing the indispensable steps in each stage. It also explains why integrating scope, schedule and dose into a single baseline is of prime importance and shows how to manage and monitor the radiation safety performance of the various interventions throughout the execution phase. Eventually, some recommendations are formulated in order to better accommodate the design of high radiation areas to their operation and maintenance constraints.  
DOI • reference for this paper ※ DOI:10.18429/JACoW-IPAC2016-THPMY030  
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