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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
8.0
INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDANCE.
All individuals associated with the component as-built configuration walkdown
effort will be trained on this procedure prior to conducting the verification
walkdowns.
Each walkdown team will consist of at least two individuals experienced in the
use of applicable drawings (e.g., P&IDS, electrical single-line drawings and
schematics, etc.). Prior to each walkdown, the walkdown team will obtain and
use the latest approved revisions of the applicable drawings from the master file
maintained by the Document Control Group.
The major steps to be followed by each configuration management walkdown
team member are as follows:
a.
Determine which system(s) or portions of systems is scheduled for
a walkdown.
b.
Obtain the appropriate drawings, a copy of this procedure, and an
adequate number of blank CCD sheets.
c.
Contact the Operations Department and obtain authorization from
the operations supervisor on shift to conduct a walkdown of the
scheduled system(s).
d.
Consistent with the appropriate radiation protection procedures,
determine and comply with the RWP requirements for the area(s)
scheduled for a walkdown.
e.
Upon entering the area, comply with the necessary safety
requirements (e.g., ear protection, hard hats, etc.) and determine
the need for special access equipment (such as ladders, scaffolding,
etc.) as soon as practical. Follow proper facility procedures for
acquiring and using this equipment.
CAUTION: Do not step on cable trays, insulated pipe, hand
wheels, cantilevered valves, operating equipment, or anything that
may be damaged or could cause harm.
f.
Conduct walkdowns of the identified system(s) or portions of
systems to verify as-built configuration by gathering component
nameplate data and documenting this data on the CCD sheets.
Copies of the CCD sheets are included as Attachment A to this
procedure.
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