Quantcast Design Verification


Click here to make tpub.com your Home Page

Page Title: Design Verification
Back | Up | Next

Click here for thousands of PDF manuals




Information Categories
.... Administration
Food and Cooking
Nuclear Fundamentals


Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Stumble Upon
Design Change Traveler
Configuration Management - index
Design Approval

Configuration Management
have not inadvertently degraded associated SSCs during the
construction/implementation process, prior to placing them in service. Clearly
specifies explicit acceptance criteria for each test, inspection, and examination,
records the actual results (or references an attached completed test plan/procedure
that shows the actual results), and identifies the personnel performing and
witnessing the post-modification testing activities and has them sign and date the
test documentation as appropriate.
Pre-Operational Requirements Identifies documents and actions that must be
completed prior to making the modified/impacted SSCs operational, such as
obtaining environmental permits, performing necessary training, updating
procedures and drawings, obtaining DOE approval if a TSR change is involved,
Post-Operational Requirements Identifies all action, that although not required
to be completed prior to releasing the modified/impacted SSCs to the user for
operation, must be initiated and tracked to completion to support the DCP (e.g.,
MDL updated, special maintenance training, issue new or revised manuals, etc.)
USQ Review (always required) Perform USQ screen and, if positive, perform
a USQD in accordance with procedure 544-GEN.
SAR/TSR Revision Notice Identifies all proposed SAR and TSR revisions
resulting from the change.
Design Verification
Design Reviews (always required) This is an independent design verification
(performed in accordance with procedure NMT8-FMP-807) that involves
deliberate, critical assessment of the technical adequacy and completeness of
design documents, ensures that the design adequately fulfills the technical
requirements and complies with applicable regulatory and industry codes and
standards, and ensures that the change is within the approved design and safety
envelope as defined in the relevant authorization basis documents (SAR, TSRs,
Hazard & Accident analyses). The review is formally documented on Design
Review Record (DRR) Sheets that become part of the DCP. The technical
disciplines involved are identified in Section 1 Above. 2
Note: Additional information from 564-GEN, Controlling Process Changes: The procedure provides
the process for screening and reviewing all new and modified processes and experiments and directly
related process equipment. The individual operating groups are responsible for ensuring that
operations under their charge remain within their approved safety envelope; providing the
information needed by NMT-8 for performing safety evaluations and for updating safety analyses
documentation as needed; and seeing that all changes receive the appropriate level of review and
approval prior to their implementation. The CCB reviews and approves conceptual and final designs,
and approves significant field changes required during construction. Management reviews shall be
conducted through the CCB to ensure that the technical reviews have been performed adequately,
change records are complete and ready for implementation, all necessary approvals have been
obtained, and the change is authorized for implementation. The facility hazards analysis and the HA
screening form are used to evaluate the safety impacts of a proposed process change and to document
the findings. The HA screening process involves USQ Screens, and preparation of an HA Update
form if needed.

Privacy Statement - Press Release - Copyright Information. - Contact Us

Integrated Publishing, Inc.