D OE-STD -1065-94
If the test is unsatisfactory, deficiencies identified during testing
should be documented and corrected by generating an MJR.
When the stop work conditions are corrected re-test
requirements should be evaluated to determine if prior testing
should be repeated.
If a test is unsatisfactory, the SSC should be tagged to indicate
that a deficiency still exists. The owner/operator may tag the
component out of service; declare it inoperable; or, depending
on the test results and significance of the existing deficiency,
return it to service with the documented deficiency.
3.4.3 Use of Procedures for Postmaintenance Testing
The various classifications of equipment required to ensure safe and reliable
facility operation should require different levels of instruction/procedural
support for PMT activities. Available sources of PMT instruction/procedures
should include (but are not limited to) engineering test procedures,
surveillance test procedures, maintenance procedures, calibration procedures,
and activity-specific generated instructions.
If an applicable surveillance test procedure exists, then that
procedure may be used to verify operability of the equipment.
A surveillance test may be used for PMT if it not only proves
system operability, but it should also verify operability of all
components and features either directly or potentially affected
by the maintenance activity, verify that maintenance was
performed properly, and ensure that the initial deficiency was
If only applicable sections of a procedure are used, caution
should be used to ensure that previous sections are reviewed for
system status, lineups, or prerequisites. Applicable sections with
supplemental precautions or prerequisites should be specifically
referenced on the modification request or supplemental