24 July 2003
including Change 1, Jan 2004 and Change 2, March 2005
INSPECTION CERTIFICATES AND REPORTS
PROCEDURES FOR SUBMITTING REPORTS AND FORMS. The
following hard copy reports and forms, or NAVFAC approved computer reports, are for
use in the inspection and testing of boilers and unfired pressure vessels. An example of
each is contained in Appendix E.
Inspection Reports - Boilers and Unfired Pressure Vessels
applicable report is to be completed by the inspector to record the condition of the boiler
or unfired pressure vessel, the tests performed, and the issuance of the certificate. One
copy is to be retained in the activity files for a period of at least\ 3 /2/years and one
copy forwarded to the cognizant NAVFAC Senior Boiler Inspector \
( for western half of U.S. and Pacific and
for eastern half of U.S. and Europe) /2/ within 30 days of the inspection. The inspector
must promptly notify the Public Works Officer of the activity whenever inspection reports
indicate safety deficiencies, pressure reductions, or unserviceability.
Inspection Certificate for Boilers - Unfired Pressure Vessels;
NAVFAC Form 9-11014/32(3-67). A current and valid certificate, or commercial
equivalent authorized by NAVFACENGCOM for contract inspection, must be posted on,
or near, the equipment, under a clear protective covering. Operation of the equipment
without the certificate is not authorized. The certificate will be issued under the
No Deficiencies: The inspector will complete and sign after the test
Deficiencies Not Affecting Operating Safety: May be issued, but
correction must be recorded on the Inspection Report.
Deficiencies Affecting Operating Safety: Withheld until corrected and re-
inspected. The activity Public Works Officer must be notified in writing
listing the specific deficiencies.
Pressure Reduction: Issued for the reduced working pressure. Oral
notification, confirmed in writing, must be made by the inspector to the
activity Public Works Officer.
Unserviceable: No certificate may be issued. The inspector must notify
the activity Public Works Officer in writing of the deficiencies.
Vessels of Unknown Origin: Certificate may be issued provided it is
accompanied by a plan of action with milestones to replace the vessel
prior to the next inspection cycle.