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Facility Manager should review the REC for
Facility Manager, or representative, should review
the completed REC package for its compliance with
documentation requirements. Upon satisfactory review
the supervisor or his representative should sign the REC
and file the package for future SCA review.
C.188.8.131.52 Test Line-Up. A test line-up (TLU) or approved
operating procedure (OP) should be initiated by the REC
supervisor and will be included as part of all Re-Entry control
packages as Objective Quality Evidence (OQE) of the valve line up
used for testing. The TLU will include a simple line drawing, or
photocopy of an existing drawing, of the portion of or entire
system being tested. The drawing should be marked to indicate
valve positions (open/closed) during the test. A key should be
included to define any symbols or colors used. This drawing may
also be used to show the valves that were tagged out during the
work procedure. The Test Director may, if preferred, list the
valves in the system on the TLU and indicate the open or closed
position and any special instructions to describe the sequence of
the test procedure.
Test Line-Up Instructions (FIG C.4).
Block (1) Enter the system or component being tested and enter
the REC number the test supports.
Block (2) Enter the gas or fluid used for the test (He, O2, N2,
air, water, etc.).
Block (3) Enter the intended test pressure in psig.
Block (4) A sketch, copy of an existing drawing, or valve list
should be included for the system undergoing testing and
indicating the valve positions used for the test.
Block (5) The test director should sign stating the test line-up
was completed per documented instructions. Note: Any
variation from documented test method will be annotated
Block (6) A witness should sign stating the line-up was completed