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DOE-STD-1065-94
Appendix D
POSTMAINTENANCE TESTING
SAMPLE LESSON PLAN
4.
PMT is normally performed by maintenance personnel to verify that they are
returning the SSC back to the customer in its design condition. The following are
components of PMT:
a.
A controlled documentation of types of tests, approved by the
owner/operator, should be provided to the planning organization to
identify the PMT that apply to each activity. These tests should be
specified by the planner on each associated MJR. This documentation
(list of tests) should be updated as new maintenance repair
configurations are encountered.
b.
The level of testing performed should be based on the work
accomplished and the importance of the component to safe and
reliable site operation. Types of SSC requiring PMT include the
following:
maintenance that effects integrity or operation of a liquid or gas
system,
maintenance that effects the mechanical strength or components
or fittings,
maintenance that effects or removes design related radiation
shielding,
electrical distribution equipment such as breakers, bus work, or
high voltage connections,
electrical control circuitry such as protection relays, limit
switches, or permissive relays,
electronic components such as controllers, circuit cards, and
instrumentation, and measuring and test equipment, and
temporary systems that have been installed as substitutes for
normal operating systems.
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