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DOE-STD-1181-2004
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Explain the purpose of a Facility Condition and Housekeeping Program.
b. Discuss the elements of an effective inspection program.
c. Describe indicators of good facility conditions and housekeeping standards.
d. Discuss the elements of an effective procedure addressing facility condition
inspections.
e. Describe the importance of training personnel in inspection techniques.
f.
Describe the elements of routine inspections.
g. Discuss the requirements for reporting deficiencies and deficiency follow-up.
13.
Facility maintenance management personnel shall demonstrate a working level
knowledge of the requirements for management involvement.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Discuss the importance of management's involvement in maintenance.
b. Discuss the role and responsibilities of maintenance managers.
c. Discuss the guidelines for management involvement, objective results, and feedback in
relation to a maintenance program.
d. Discuss the elements of a maintenance program evaluation.
14.
Facility maintenance management personnel shall demonstrate a working level
knowledge of the requirements of maintenance history and configuration control.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Discuss the importance of maintaining a maintenance history.
b. Describe the guidelines for the following elements of a maintenance history program
development:
Equipment identification
Data identification
c. Describe the guidelines for data collection.
d. Discuss common uses of a maintenance history.
e. Describe configuration control and its relationship to the maintenance work control
process and the maintenance history file.
f.
Discuss the process by which new equipment is incorporated into maintenance history
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