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  • • GENERAL QUALITY ASSURANCE What is Quality Assurance? - A program for the control of all important

    activities.

    What are Important Activities? - Those ~ctivities which may have an adverse affect on

    items required for safe operation and protection of

    the-public.

    Why have Quality Assurance? - 1. ·It is a regulatory requirement.

    2, Economically beneficial to accomplish an activity

    correctly the first time.

    What is the QA Goal? - Provide confiden~e that equipment, structure and

    activities are accomplished in a manner consistent

    with the established requirements for the identified

    activities.

    What are Established Requirements? - Requirements contained in the issued procedure for

    the work activity or function. The requirements are

    derived from many sources; regulatory commitments,

    industrial standards, and company imposed policies

    such as economics, reliability.

  • • QA PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES

    EVERYONE HAS A RESPONSIBILITY FOR SOME ASPECT OF THE QA PROGRAM

    DOERS

    EXAMPLES: Mechanics

    Technicians

    Engineers

    Designers

    Supervisors J

    Accomplish activity

    in accordance with

    the procedure

    Plan, schedule,

    implementation

    accountability

    Primary individuals for the

    quality of the work activity

    INDEPENDENT VERIFICATION

    QA Organizations

    Review

    Inspection

    Monitoring

    Audit

    Analysis - Problem identification

  • • WHY DO WE NEED PROCEDURES?

    Define activity to be accomplished.

    Provide the method to accomplish activity in a

    consistent manner .

    . Note important characteristics or changes to prior

    methods.

    Provide the method to document the a .. ctivity;

    Provide method to accomplish activity such that

    established requirements are met.

    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE A PROCEDURE, OR WHEN A

    PROCEDURE IS INADEQUATE?

    Schedule delay due to inadequate tools or

    material.

    Damaged equipment due to faulty

    disassembly-reassembly.

    Lack of performance/failure due to incorrect part

    being used.

    Personal hazards; radiation exposure etc.

    Outage delay/extension

    a) Fines, penalties

    b) replacement energy costs.

    Potential of duplication of work exists.

  • ••

    CONTROL OF NONCONFORMING MATERIAL

    PURPOSE: Prevent use of material which does not meet

    established requirements.

    HOW:

    l. Identify

    2. Segregating/Tagging

    3. Disposition

    a) . Repair

    b)

    c)

    d)

    Rework

    Use as is

    Scrap

    approved by

    appropriate Rep

    IMPLEMENTATION - Accomplish disposition in

    controlled manner.

    VERIFICATION

    1. Test

    2. Inspection

    3 • Review

    4. Monitor

  • • CORRECTIVE ACTION

    PURPOSE:

    HOW:

    To assure that activities adverse to quality

    are identified, reviewed and corrected.

    1) Identification: Everyone is responsible for identify-

    2) Review:

    ing to their supervisor areas which they feel

    require correction.

    Supervision is responsible for reviewing and

    assessing the needed correction and assign

    action to correct (within the area of

    responsibility)

    3) Implementation: Responsible organization reviews and

    determines method of accomplishing the

    correction and institutes action to correct.

  • • EQUIPMENT HISTORY RECORDS

    PURPOSE: Record all critical corrective and preventive action

    accomplished on equipment to assure reliable, dependable

    equipment performance.

    Records must be traceable throughout the life cycle of the

    the equipment from manufacture, receiving, st9rage, installation

    test, operation, maintenance and scrap.

    Activity A Traceability

    Act.i vi ty B Traceability

    Activity c

    ••

  • TRAINING

    Qualification

    formal education

    work history

    O.J.T.

    Certification

    Statement from supervision indicating ability to

    perform.

    Re-Training

    Maintenance proficiency

  • Commercial Catalog Item - An item which complies with all of

    the following requirements:

    (1) The item is not unique to facilities or activities

    licensed by the NRC.

    (2) The item is manufactured in quantity to published

    manufactuer's fixed design and quality requirment.

    (3) The item part number i§ listed in the supplier's

    catalog as opposed to a manufacturer's bulletin or

    circular.

    (4) The item requires no supplier documentation.

    (5) The item is identifiable by physical marking, tagging

    or containerization and is maintained throughout

    storage.

    Note: For replacement (CCI) items, a document must exist

    which identifies the item (to be ordered) as an authorized

    replacement-in-kind for the original or existing item.

    documents include the manufacturer's part list, bill of

    material, repair, maintenance or instruction manual or a

    PSE&G engineering list of replacement or interchangeable

    parts. Any proposed substitution or authorized parts

    requires written engineerring approval.

    Such

  • EXAMPLES OF CCI'S

    (1) Electronic components and assemblies such as resistors,

    capacitors, integrated circuits, instrumentation.

    (2) Electrical items such as relays, lamps, fuses,

    transformers, switches, recorders.

    (3) Mechanical components - bearings, gaskets, packing,

    a-ring, non ASME code fittings, small nuts, bolts,

    stud.

    NON-CCI ITEMS

    (1) Any component with a unique requirement (i.e. special

    handing, selection, inspection or modification)

    (2) ASME boiler and pressure vessel code items

    The procurement of a CCI intended for use in safety related

    equipment may be procured without specific quality

    requirements. The receipt inspection and subsequent

    installation test shall be sufficient to demonstrate proof

    of satisfactory component acceptability. This method of

    procurement does not alter the function of a CCI, nor does

    it change the controls placed on the installation. Items in

    the CCI category do not require imposition of 10 CFR part 21

    on the supplier.

  • • MATERIAL ORDER/ ITEM CLASSIFICATION FORM

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    PURCHASING DEPARTMENT INITIATE PURCHASE ORDER

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    PROCUREMENT INITIATION

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    CLASSIFICATIO~ AND - QUALITY REQUIREMENTS

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    NUCLEAR PROCUREMENT & MATERIAL CONTROL PREPARE REQUISITION FROM COMPLETED

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    QA NUCLEAR OPS. SUPPLIER CONTROL APPROVE REQUISITION & RETURN TO NUCLEAR PROC. & MAT'L CONTROL

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    WORK ORDER SYSTEM CHANGES

    ALL NON-SAFETY RELATED WORK ORDERS ARE TO BE REVIEWED BY THE QA ORGANIZATION PRIOR TO

    ISSUANCE AND STAMPED IN THE SPECIAL INSTRUCTION BLOCK SIGNIFYING AGREEMENT. NO NON-SAFETY

    RELATED WORK ORDERS ARE TO BE IMPLEMENTED WITIIOUT A QC INSPECTION STAMP.

    GOOD PRACTICE TO MAINTAIN DEPARTMENT LOG OF ALL CONTACTS WITH SPONSOR ENGINEER.

    SEE ATTACHED SAMPLE W.O.

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