Test and inspection reports, including disposition and retention.
Labeling of accepted and rejected filters.
Segregation and disposition of rejected filters.
Shipping of accepted filters.
Preparation of semiannual reports to DOE.
Training and qualification of personnel.
Surveys or precautions taken for protection of health, safety, and the
RECEIPT OF FILTERS
All filter packages shall be inspected upon receipt at the FTF. Damaged cartons or
cartons improperly oriented shall be opened immediately and the filters inspected. A
description of observed damage shall be recorded in the filter inspection and test report.
Initial Handling and Storage
Filter handlers shall be properly trained to handle filter boxes carefully. Cartons shall be
oriented with arrows on the filter cartons pointed "up". Filter cartons shall be stacked
not more than three (3) high, and stored in a clean, dry location. Unless otherwise
required, storage facilities for HEPA filters shall be equipped with temperature and
Pre-Test Filter Damage Inspection
Prior to testing, each filter shall be visually examined for possible damage, compliance
with purchaser's specifications, and workmanship. Damage to filters noted during the
pre-test inspection shall be recorded on the filter inspection and test report. Filters
obviously damaged shall not be further tested, but shall be immediately rejected.