23 July 2003
Re-Entry Control Form Instructions for Figure C.3.
Block (1) The assigned technician should identify the system or
components being re-entered.
Only one system can be
entered on one REC.
Where more than one system is
involved, separate associated RECs must be written.
Block (2) Obtain the appropriate sequential serial number from
the REC log and enter it on the Re-entry Control form
(an example of a REC Log can be found in figure C.2.
Revision should be entered on the initial version of all
If a revision is made, prepare a new REC form
with the original number, plus the next revision letter,
obtained from the REC log.
Attach the revised REC to
the front of the original and make the required entries
in the log.
Block (3) Enter the applicable reason for the REC. When other is
checked, state the reason in the space provided.
Block (4) Enter the number of pages in the REC.
Block (5) Enter the applicable drawing and revision or reference
numbers for the systems identified in Block 1.
specific plans/drawings do not exist, system drawings
may be referenced or sketches can be prepared and
approved by the appropriate technical authority.
have been tagged out.
Block (7) List by name all other systems affected by this REC,
included non-certified systems.
Block (8) Describe in brief detail the work to be accomplished.
List steps to be performed, including special actions
required to retain certification of the balance of the
system. Provide enough detail for craftsman to complete
the removal, repair, testing and reinstallation.
specific terms, a simple sketch may be attached to the
REC for clarity.
The identity of all joints to be
affected by this work must be clearly indicated and any
new material to be installed must be listed
supporting OQE should be attached to the REC Form. The
craftsman's signature indicates that the work was
performed as documented.
Block (9) List steps to prevent contamination of the system being
Mark the recertification requirements that will be
supported with documentation in the REC package. The
SCA may be contacted when questions about
recertification requirements arise.