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DOE-STD-1061-93
Postmodification and Postmaintenance Testing
Module: Administrative Procedures
Outline Number: AD--6
Terminal Learning Objective:
16.
Apply and promote the philosophy underlying postmodification and postmaintenance
test requirements.
Enabling Learning Objectives:
16.1
Identify when postmodification and postmaintenance testing are required using facility
procedures and regulatory requirements.
16.2
Given a request to perform postmodification or postmaintenance testing, determine if
the test can be conducted considering the potential adverse effects on facility
conditions and personnel safety.
16.3
Determine if test results meet predetermined test criteria and if equipment may be
returned to service.
16.4
Given the appropriate procedures, identify the required postmodification testing for
several given situations.
References:
1.
Appropriate facility administrative procedure.
3.
Examples of operating experience that have resulted in occurrence reports such as
valve inoperability caused by motor-operator failures, and lack of testing control that
disables or challenges safety systems.
A-45


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