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Guideline to Good Practices For Control of Maintenance Activities at DOE Nuclear Facilities
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DOE-STD-1053-93
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air ejector/vacuum pump performance
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rotating equipment vibration tests
(l)
valve leakage tests
3.4.13.2 Performance test results should be analyzed by a performance engineer. The
performance engineer should report significant analysis results and trends to
cognizant owner/operators, department managers, and the plant manager,
along with recommended corrective actions based on the analyses. When
analyzing  trends  and  developing  corrective  recommendations,  the
performance engineer should consult with other cognizant technical
personnel and analyze performance information and trend data maintained
by other departments.
3.4.13.3 Analysis and trending of selected routine operational data such as
calibration results, and maintenance history should be performed by the
cognizant departments.  Selection of the data to be trended is the
responsibility of the department manager. Corrective action for adverse
trends or unacceptable performance should be taken promptly by the
cognizant department.
3.4.14 Review of Completed Maintenance Job Requests
The operations supervision on shift should compare the work accomplished to the
postmaintenance testing or inspection performed to determine that all work is
acceptable prior to returning the SSC to normal service.
3.4.14.1 Maintenance supervisors should review completed job requests for the
adequacy of repair, complete documentation, and identification of rework.
A post-job review should be held with the craftspersons involved. This
review may be a brief discussion or an involved critique. The purpose of the
review is to determine whether any unexpected problems occurred and/or
how the activity may be accomplished more efficiently the next time. Other
reviews should be accomplished by the technical support, quality control,
radiation protection, and other organizations, as appropriate and in
accordance with facility instructions.  Feedback should be provided to
planning, scheduling, and maintenance personnel to highlight areas that were
exemplary and areas that needed improvement. Maintenance supervision
should, as a minimum, ensure the following:
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