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QAS is responsible to:
- a. Ensure all testing required for completion of CWP
- b. Perform opening reviews of CWP as assigned to assure OQE generated will support work recertification.
- c. Train and supervise QAIs, Cleanliness Inspectors/Certifiers, CMPOs/CMHs and other personnel, involved in controlled work, in the performance of their QA duties.
- d. Conduct QA audits, surveillance and coordinate corrective actions to ensure compliance with specifications.
e. Maintain QA records and files including completed CWPs, controlled material records,training and qualification, etc.
f. Review DFS for accuracy and technical merit and forward to QAO.
QAIs are responsible to:
a. Review steps in CWP which require QAI signatures to verify all requirements are adequately addressed.
b. Ensure all work inspected meets the requirements set forth in the latest applicable plans, specifications and directives of higher authority as stated in the CWP.
c. Perform QA inspections of certification attributes.
d. Verify permanent markings on controlled material are properly transferred and new material control tags are affixed.
e. Ensure all personnel use only TMDE have current calibration stickers/records attached or available, for production, acceptance and testing.
f. Sign QA form 2 as controlled material is correctly installed for SUBSAFE, SOC and nuclear systems.
g. Witness and verify testing and inspections.
h. Ensure all test results are completed, properly documented and the QA forms are returned to the CWP except for those specifically designated as work center records.
i. Review DFS for accuracy and technical merit and forward to QAO
Craftsman is responsible to:
a. Perform all maintenance actions in accordance with the FWP. If that guidance is either incorrect, incomplete or unclear, stop and seek clarification from the work center or shift supervisor.
b. Ensure QA forms associated with the maintenance are correctly completed as required by the applicable sections of this volume.
c. Enter signature, printed name and date on all QA data forms completed.
d. Ensure only TMDE which has current calibration stickers/records attached or available, is used for production, acceptance and testing.
QA form 9.
Maintenance Certification Record/Re-Entry Control
QA form 10.
Maintenance Certification Record/Re-Entry Control Supplement Sheet
QA form 11.
Controlled Work Package (CWP)/Re-Entry Control (REC) Log.
QA form 12.
Departure From Specification Request
QA form 14.
Surveillance/Monitoring/Audit Discrepancy Record.
QA form 17.
Test and Inspection Record.
QA for 17W
Handling equipment test record
QA form 20.
Welding In Process Control/Nondestructive Test Record.
QA form 28.
Shop Test Record.
Pen and ink changes
to the QA forms in a CWP shall be made with the approval of QAO, QAS or QAI
Examples are: Additions or deletions of Work Centers assigned on a QA form, correction of typographical or editorial errors on a QA form, addition of information to clarify a QA form.
For FWPs executed as a part of the CWP, the QAO/QAS will concur with the addition of material. Concurrence will be by initialing the new line item
Emergent Controlled Work.
- The task must be continuously monitored and all actions taken recorded by:
- (1) QAS, if an FMA is involved or
- (2) Ship’s Work Center LPO and a QAI, if the LPO is not a qualified QAI.
The torque required to continue turning a self-locking fastener prior to contact with the seating surface smaller than 5/8
Rework is the unplanned repetition of a step, or a series of steps in a CWP/FWP. A rework addendum specifies which steps must be repeated in a CWP/FWP and may be used in lieu of a revision when rework is required and the scope of the original work will not be changed. Any additional actions that were not included in the originally approved CWP/FWP constitute a change in scope or work boundaries and must be issued as a revision to the CWP/FWP. All rework must be documented
Rework Addendum steps
- a. The craftsman doing the work must stop the work and notify the LPO/Work Center Supervisor (WCS) that rework is required.
- b. Clear directions on which steps are to be repeated must be provided. Reproducing QA forms may be required. All original and rework QA forms will be retained with the CWP. In addition to the page numbering format used in the TWD, documents and QA forms reproduced to perform rework will be annotated with the term "REWORK" and associated numbering or lettering used in the LOEP at the top of the documents/for
Reasons requiring a revision to a FWP/TWD:
- (1) Scope of the work changes
- (2) Boundary of the work changes
- (3) Change in test requirements
- (4) Any change in material requirements, which result in a change in testing requirements.
- (5) If RADCON is insufficient for the work, (6) MCR/REC must be revised.
Test, Measuring and Diagnostic Equipment.
Test, Measuring and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) for in-process work must be properly selected and used. TMDE requiring periodic calibration must be within its calibration periodicity when in use. All TMDE should be selected ensuring the equipment is of the proper range to perform the test, inspection or repair.
- Micrometer adjustable torque wrenches:
- Exercise the wrench (apply pressure until snap mechanism activates) six times at approximately 60 percent of the rated maximum value before each use. This procedure minimizes the erratic readings often experienced with this type of wrench during the first few activations.
Margin symbol: V
Steps requiring verification by a craftsman.
Margin symbol: CI
Steps requiring independent Cleanliness Inspectors
Margin symbol: S
Steps in an FMA procedure requiring verification by a member of Ship’s Force
Margin symbol: G
Government notification required
Margin symbol: Q
Critical Quality Control Points (Q-Point).
Margin symbol: C
Steps requiring Cleanliness Inspection by craftsman
Margin symbol: I
Steps requiring inspection by a QAI or NDT Inspector.
These audits review all aspects of one repair/maintenance action
These audits are conducted on only one specific area or aspect of the QA program
A temporary DFS
A temporary DFS requires subsequent action to correct the non-compliance and is approved with specific direction regarding duration and actions necessary to clear
A permanent DFS
A permanent DFS requires no additional repair effort and is approved by NAVSEA.
A major DFS
A major DFS is one that affects (a) performance; (b) durability; (c) reliability or maintainability; (d) interchangeability; (e) effective use or operation; (f) weight or appearance (where a factor); (g) health or safety; (h) system design parameters such as schematics, flow, pressures, or temperatures; or (i) compartment arrangements or assigned function
A minor DFS
A minor DFS which is not a Major DFS
Pen and ink changes to an FWP
Pen and ink changes to an FWP may be made for minor administrative changes that do not change the scope and/or intent of the FWP
A task identified shortly before sensitive underway operations which, without extraordinary actions, cannot be completed without causing delay of the ship.
- CWP is FWP plus OQE
- Level 1
- Nuclear support
- Weight handling
For calender year
Emergent work repair