24 July 2003
including Change 1, Jan 2004 and Change 2, March 2005
DUTIES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF THE SENIOR BOILER INSPECTORS
The duties of the Senior Boiler Inspectors are:
1. Monitor status of inspections at all activities. This will include administering NAVFAC
boiler and UPV inspection reporting software.
2. Perform random performance checks of Navy and contractor inspections.
3. At their discretion, accompany contractor, and Navy inspectors on inspections.
4. Provide consultation services, technical support, and guidance to Navy and contract
5. Review and maintain all inspection reports. Notify Commanding Officers and Public
Works Officers of boiler and UPV that are delinquent by 3 or more months.
6. Conduct NAVFAC Boiler Inspector workshops every 2 years.
7. Coordinate inspections of new boilers and pressure vessels as requested by
NAVFAC Resident Officer In Charge of Construction (ROICCs).
8. Propose changes to /1/ UFC 3-430-07
9. Attend Senior Boiler Inspector workshops.
10. Ensure activities correct safety violations.
11. Enlist NAVFAC support for correction of violations when necessary.
12. Void boiler and unfired pressure vessel inspection certificates and inspector licenses
13. License activity and contract inspections (new and renewals).
The qualifications of the NAVFAC Senior Boiler Inspectors are:
1. Posses a valid NAVFAC Senior Boiler Inspector Certificate of Competency.
2. Possess a valid NAVFAC Boiler Inspector's License.
3. Have at least 5 years experience in the inspection of high-pressure power boilers.