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Guideline to Good Practices For Postmaintenance Testing at DOE Nuclear Facilities
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Post MaintananceTesting


D OE-STD -1065-94
3.3.1.10
approval of completed PMT data and acceptance for return to
service
3.3.1.11
emphasize the need to ensure configuration management
3.3.2 The maintenance manager, accountable for maintenance of the facility, is
responsible for implementing approved PMT as noted below:
3.3.2.1
ensuring that PMT is properly specified prior to beginning work
and is consistent with the scope of work performed
3.3.2.2
ensuring that test procedures and in-shop testing are properly
performed, reviewed, and documented by qualified personnel
3.3.2.3
monitoring the overall effectiveness of PMT and incorporating
changes based on equipment history and performance or
industry experience
3.3.2.4
ensuring that when problems, anomalous results, and errors
exist, work stops and concerns are brought to the attention of
applicable managers prior to proceeding with testing
3.3.2.5
verifying configuration management items are maintained
3.3.2.6
ensuring that results of PMT are recorded in maintenance
history or that results of PMT are easily retrievable using
maintenance history (see DOE-S T D-1068-93 "Guide to Good
Practices f or M aintenance History at DOE N uclear Facilities")
3.3.2.7
coordinating with the owner/operator when PMT is performed
3.3.3 The technical support group should assist as required in the preparation and
performance of the recommended PMT based on design bases, vendor
recommendations, standards, codes, and engineering analyses. The technical
support manager should also be responsible for making recommendations for
changes based on facility or equipment modifications and in-house and
industry experience.
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