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D OE-STD -1065-94
3.4.2.7
PMT should be performed according to approved instructions
provided in the planning and authorization process. If the scope
of work expands beyond the original MJR, work should be
stopped and the MJR should be returned to planning along with
any PMT Control Forms for further direction.
3.4.2.8
If more than one group is involved in testing, the
owner/operator should coordinate the performance of the PMT.
3.4.2.9
Following maintenance, permission to begin any testing should
be approved by the owner/operator by signing the PMT Control
Form.
3.4.2.10
At the completion of PMT, acceptability of the equipment based
on satisfactory completion of all PMT should be approved by
the owner/operator, by reviewing attached test results and
signing the PMT Control Form. Final determination of
operability should be made by the owner/operator.
3.4.2.11
Restoring SSC to a correct setpoint for operating or standby
mode following testing are the responsibility of the
owner/operator. This may be accomplished by instructions in
the test procedure, by conducting specific system lineups, or by
other formal methods.
3.4.2.12
For troubleshooting MJRS, the test requirements normally
cannot be determined until the troubleshooting is complete. A
record should be kept of work performed during troubleshooting
to ensure that PMT covers the troubleshooting scope. The
supervisor responsible for the troubleshooting should generate a
new MJR for necessary work. Testing requirements should then
be identified through the normal planning and review process.
3.4.2.13
If the test cannot be completed immediately after maintenance
is performed, the MJR should be held as an open MJR until
such time as testing may be completed. MJRs awaiting testing
should be tracked in a central file for follow-up to closure.
As facility conditions allow, testing may be performed and the
MJRs may be closed out. Examples of delayed testing would
include steam system valves or flanges repaired during unit
outage periods that cannot be tested until normal operating
facility conditions exist.
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