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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
7.0
RESPONSIBILITIES.
The walkdown teams are responsible for:
Conducting the walkdowns in accordance with this document and other
relevant facility procedures; collecting nameplate data;
Assuring the accuracy and completeness of the data;
Performing second party verification of this data; documenting this
verification;
Providing the completed CCD sheets to the Walkdown Coordinator for
review and further processing; and
Ensuring that a component has not been missed during the walkdown.
The responsible Manager/Supervisor (e.g., Configuration Management Coordinator) is
responsible for:
Selecting the walkdown teams and ensuring that team members have
appropriate background experience and training to be qualified to perform
their role in walkdowns;
Supervising the activities of the walkdown teams;
Reviewing and approving the CCD sheets for completeness;
Transmitting completed and approved CCD sheets to the Equipment
Database coordinator for inclusion into the Equipment Database; and
Initiating any follow up actions (e.g., work requests, re-walkdowns,
drawing change notices, noncompliance reports (NCRS), etc.) needed to
resolve discrepancies, including soliciting approval from the design
authority.
The Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (QA/QC) group is responsible for:
Reviewing the methodology and procedures used to field verify component
data;
Periodically inspecting the walkdown work in progress to ensure that it
conforms to the approved procedures and that an acceptable level of accuracy
is achieved;
Identifying and tracking to completion QA/QC discrepancies; and
Working with the walkdown teams to resolve any identified deficiencies.
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