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  1. Four key areas of engineering PI's
    • 1. Program Personnel
    • 2. Program Infrastructure
    • 3. Program Implementation
    • 4. Equipment/Related Plant Performance
  2. Example of Program Personnel Metric
    Staff qualification and Experience, Owner Availability
  3. Example of Program Infrastructure Metric
    Program Self-Assessment, Program Benchmark, Document/Database Health
  4. Example of Program Implementation Metric
    OE, Human Performance Errors
  5. Example of Equipment/Related Plant Performance Metric
    Generation Health, Margins, Unplanned LCO’s
  6. How Pi's are graded
    • key area quality points
    • Green: 21-24
    • White: 18 - <21
    • Yellow: 15 - <18
    • Red: <18
  7. Where can you find Guidance on developing/assessing/implementing PI metrics?
    Appendix A of Engineering Programs Management and Health Reporting Procedure.
  8. What is the purpose of the program/system health reports and when must these be made?
    • 1. Gives leaders a more detailed look than what is in the PI’s
    • 2. Made for each engineering program whose overall PI is RED or YELLOW
  9. Where can you find Guidance on developing/assessing/implementing System Health Report metrics?
    Appendix C of Engineering Programs Management and Health Reporting Procedure.
  10. What information does the System/Program Health Reports include?
    • a. Header Block - Program Owner, Section Leader, Colors from Past 4 Quarters, Dates
    • b. Summary of Program Status
    • c. Summary of 4 Key areas of PIs
    • d. Relevant Trending
    • e. Exceptions to Grading Criteria
    • f. Additional Information
  11. Structure of the programs department at PV?
  12. Types of NDE
  13. Purpose of VT
    • VT-1: General Condition
    • VT-2: Leakage
    • VT-3: Mechanical and Structural Condition
  14. Purpose of S
    • PT: Performed on nonporous materials to detect discontinuities which are open to the surface
    • MT: Performed on ferromagnetic materials to detect surface discontinuities
    • ET: Heat Exchangers: Surface Flaws
  15. Purpose of VOL
    • UT: Detect flaws in material
    • RT: Welds: Inclusions, slag
  16. Where are the program requirements and what drives each program?
    Program Requirements: ISI Program Manual and the Inspection/Test/Program Procedure

    • Program Drive:
    • -Regulation - ASME, ANSI, NRC, EPRI
    • -Best Practices - OE, INPO, Self-Assessment, Benchmarking
  17. What is the relationship between component programs and the IST program?
    Draw the bubble chart from Holly

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