24 July 2003
including Change 1, Jan 2004 and Change 2, March 2005
INSPECTOR QUALIFICATIONS, CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES
NAVY EMPLOYEES. Navy employees who perform the inspections,
witness the tests, prepare the reports, and issue the certifications described in this UFC
must satisfy the following two conditions:
Possess a valid NAVFACENGCOM Certificate of Competency.
Possess a current license issued by the respective (East or West) Senior
Boiler Inspector of NAVFAC.
Qualifications for Certification. Candidates for the Certificate of
Competency must be qualified as follows:
The Candidate Inspector:
Graduation from an accredited school, a degree in mechanical
engineering plus 1 year of experience in design, construction, operation,
or inspection of high pressure boilers and pressure vessels. Accredited
school is defined as an engineering school accredited by the Accreditation
Board for Engineering Technology (ABET);
Graduation from an accredited school, a degree in a branch of
engineering other than mechanical engineering plus 2 years of experience
in design, construction, operation, or inspection of high pressure boilers
and pressure vessels;
High school diploma or GED or the equivalent plus 3 years of experience
in one of the following categories:
(1) in high-pressure boiler and pressure vessel construction or
(2) in charge of high-pressure boiler and pressure vessel
(3) in the inspection of high-pressure boilers and pressure vessels.
Job Requirement: The inspection and certification of at least 10 boilers
and/or unfired pressure vessels per year.