SAMPLE LESSON PLAN
The instructor should be familiar with the following background information:
Postmaintenance testing is normally performed by maintenance
personnel to verify that they are returning the SSC back to the
customer in its design condition. This type of testing is in contrast with
operability testing, which is normally performed by owner/operators
and/or fabrications personnel to verify that the maintained SSC now
operates in the overall configuration as designed. PMT should include
identification of all facility SSC requiring PMT,
testing requirements that are commensurate with the extent/type
of maintenance performed,
methods to track equipment that has had completed
maintenance, but is waiting on PMT, and
a system to properly coordinate, document the results, and verify
the acceptance criteria of the test.
To teach this lesson, the following training housekeeping items are required:
Location for the training,
Approximately 30 minute time period for the training,
Notification of selected employees, and
A copy of the site's PMT guidelines.
This lesson has the following trainee enabling objectives:
Outline a PMT guide.
Give an example of a PMT.