126.96.36.199 The owner/operator should accompany each department manager
periodically to ensure his/her (owner/operator's) standards are adequately
understood by other department managers.
While inspections are performed, observe the following:
a) safety practices
b) work habits
c) radiological control practices
d) work site orderliness and protection of open systems/components
Attachments A through D list many examples of deficiencies for each general
inspection category. Appendix H is an example of an inspection checklist
which may be used. Typically, in-depth inspections include the following
a) Bearing housings, motors, and pumps should be touched to check for
excessive heating or vibration.
b) Inspectors should be alert for abnormal sounds or unusual odors.
c) A flashlight should be used throughout the inspection.
d) Deficiencies should be conspicuously tagged and documented during the
inspection to provide accurate description and location information for
each problem. (see Section 3.5 of this Guideline, Facility Materiel
Deficiency Identification )
e) Deficiencies should be referenced to specific maintenance procedures or