Technical Area 55 Entry Control System (ECS). [Plutonium facilities] Page: 6 of 9
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1 - BADGE TYPE ......... XXXX
2 - Z-NUMBER.....,.....123451
3 - BADGE NUMBER .......XXXXXX
4 - GROUP . . ,XXXXXXXXXx
6 - NAME-XXXXXXXXXXhXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
6 - AUTHCRIZED ENTRY .. . X
7 - MATERIAL HANDLER ... XXXX
6 - ESCORT............XXX
* - DATE-LAST ENTRY.. . . MM/DD/YY
10 - TIME-LAST ENTRY . . . . HH:MM
11 - TRNG-HDIV SAFETY . .. MM/YY
12 - TRNG-TA6S SAFETY... MM.YY
13 - TRNG-FIRE SAFETY . .. MM/YY
14 - TRNG-NDIV RADIATION . MM/YY
16 - TANG-TABS RADIATION MM YY
ENTER FIELD NUMBER:
charges have been made, the screen shown in
Fig. 4 will be displayeJ. The operator may now
exercise the options to permanently change the
record in bubble memory and to leave tae "CHANGE
A RECORD" option.
Various reports and displays may be requtated
by the terminal operators. For example, a CRT
display and/or hardcopy report may be generated
tracking an individual through the badge stations.
Otlie: important displays include those that pre-
sent tate building PF4 status, PF4 vault status,
and the current visitor activity.
Badge Reader Stations
Figure 5 schematically presents the oper-
atlonal modul"s which compriNe the FCS. It shows
the locations "1 the badge reader stations and how
thy are connected 'o the controllers. The badge
renders acquire Iniurmntion tromLi te uNer's badges
and transmit the tnfo"mation to the controllerN
enabling them to maintain the status of all
personnel in tie a.rea at all L imeu.
badge readers provide audio signals wlch are
used as operattonal prompts to ilnilicate a badge
canOhlbt he read, entry or exit is permit ted, alll
entry or exiL i denied. 11 i bade cannot be
rind, i "REiNSEh'l BAiG," lndlni.or Is IL and a
warble t'ne wounded. Whet a badge has been vail-
dntid and etry in allowed, the "ENTRY t'EKM' ITED"
1ndfentttr is lit iid a plelNilt atondy tone
mounded. Upon exit, the "EXIT J IRMYKITT ' Indl -
cntor wilL be lit and I pLeaa..lt puI tNaL I I tu ne
sounded. It a'e-NN is denied, tlie "ACt.SS NOT
PERMITTED" lidicaltr wii' he lit and a walt fill toni'
11 the hd,e holder !.a nn atllth Iried sper ia
nuclear mater I.. handler, the "SNM" indlr.ator is
Lm 04/15/84 13:22
CHANGE A RECORD
KEY IN THE NUMBER OF THE FIELD
TO BE CHANGED
ENTER / TO END TRANSACTION
lit. If the badge holder is authorized to escort
visitor. into building PF4, the "ESCORT" indicator
Entry Into the TA-5: area required a
Q-clearancr but not the special authorization
necettmary to atcess tue Plutonium Facility. The
two readers laicated at the TA-55 entrance are for
monitoring; personnel traffic intV the area and to
hell, locate personnel who are in the system data
base. If the TA-55 area becomes an exclusion area
in the future, the ECS system will I- in place and
personnel cent ul can be i.lplemeted Immediately.
There are two entrLes into building P14, the
plutonium 'roceusing plant. They are Guard
bLa..tions 403 and 404. All personnel entering or
leaving PF4 must pass through one of these two
stations. 'Jo gain entry into PF4, the badge must
be surrendered to the guard who will pass it
'.hroug the badge reader. If the person is
authorized to enter PF4 and his/her Lraining re-
cords are cutrnnt, tile appropriate indic.tor will
be lit and the proper audio tone sounded. it the
person is an autLhorized escort and/or an author-
ized special nuclear material handler, the appeo-
priate tndlcaetor(N) will alo be illuminated per-
mitting tile guards to properly perform the access
control function for PF4. Upon exit, 'the bau!ge
must ax1ain be Nut ronde.red to lilte guard who passed
It through tle badge reader.
A vault in- PF4 is used for Nurage oi nuclear
mnteraals. Badge readers are located at each of
the two ent ranres to the vault. The purpose of
tite badge readers in to record all lralic ei-
terin and leaving tile vault. Personllg' tanxlg
the vault are required to pain their own badges
through tle badge readers and r allrly adhere to
lie two--tiin1 rule 1 nres control.
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Beaumont, A.; Brundige, E.; DesJardin, R. & Rivera, R. Technical Area 55 Entry Control System (ECS). [Plutonium facilities], article, January 1, 1984; New Mexico. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1058764/m1/6/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.