24 July 2003
including Change 1, Jan 2004 and Change 2, March 2005
Conflict of Interest. NAVFAC does not license inspectors who:
Operate or maintain any of the boilers to be inspected.
Supervise the operation or maintenance of such boilers.
Report directly to the boiler operations or maintenance supervisor in any
capacity of their employment.
Inspector Support. Before licensing inspectors, NAVFAC will seek the
following assurances from the employing activity:
Current applicable codes, equipment, and tools are maintained and
available to the inspector.
Records of inspection are maintained and available for examination by
NAVFAC's Senior Boiler Inspectors and the activity's boiler inspection
The inspector will be available to other activities for inspection on a
reimbursable basis, depending on workload.
CONTRACT EMPLOYEES. All persons employed by contractors that
perform the inspections, witness the tests, prepare the reports, and issue the certificates
described in this UFC must, as a minimum, possess a Certificate of Competency or the
equivalent (see note 3 of Table 2-1) issued by any political subdivision (such as state,
province, territory, county, or city) of the United States or Canada that is a member of
the NBBI except for contractors performing inspections outside the U.S. Requirements
for contract employees outside the U.S. vary depending on the country; check with your
respective (East or West) NAVFAC Senior Boiler Inspector.
CREDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS. NAVFACENGCOM Form 9-11014/32
(3-67), Inspection Certificates, for boilers and unfired pressure vessels may only be
issued by inspectors who meet one of the two category requirements in Table 2-1.