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Q. 3. STs and RTs at PBAPS must be scheduled ...... A. STs and RTs at PBAPS must be scheduled through the Work Management Process.
Q. Definitions of terms: TEST A. TEST - As used in A-C-43, refers to Surveillance Tests, Routine Tests, SIs, ST/LLRTs, ST/ERPs, and RT/ERPs.
Q. Definitions of terms: EVENT TEST A. 2. EVENT TEST - A test which has no scheduled frequency, but whose performance is triggered by the occurrence of a specific event. Trigger events can include preventive or corrective maintenance, changes in plant conditions, environmental cond, or mode
Q. Definitions of terms: PERIODIC TEST A. PERIODIC TEST - A test which has fixed period of performance (i.e., monthly, quarterly, etc.).
Q. Definitions of terms: GRACE PERIOD A. GRACE PERIOD - The time period beyond the test due date, equal to 25% of the normal test interval.
Q. Definitions of terms: WORK GROUP A. WORK GROUP - The group responsible for test performance and review of test results.
Q. Definitions of terms: WORK GROUP SUPERVISOR A. WORK GROUP SUPERVISOR - The supervisor of the performing organization or the individual designated by the supervisor to monitor/coordinate the tests performed by that organization.
Q. During testing,If unexpected results occur, and test does not give specific guidance, then the following apply: A. 1) Stop testing immediately. 2) Place equipment in safe condition. 3) Inform Work Group Supervision. 4) Inform Shift Management if the problem could impact equipment operability. 5) Shift Management shall make an operability determination.
Q. Test Performer shall: 3) Conduct a _____ ______ with associated interface/personnel as required. A. Conduct a pre-test briefing with associated interface/personnel as required.
Q. (TRM) stands for? A. Technical Requirements Manual (TRM)
Q. ODCM stands for? A. Offsite Dose Calculation Manual (ODCM)
Q. Grace period should be ____ ______. A. Tests should be performed on their scheduled day. Grace period should be used sparingly.
Q. 4) If a TS test was required but was not performed within its specified frequency plus grace period, then the situation ____ be considered a violation of the TS. A. 4) If a TS test was required but was not performed within its specified frequency plus grace period, then the situation MAY be considered a violation of the TS.
Q. If Tech Specs are violated, then a PEP shall be initiated per LR-C-6 and LR-C-10. The test shall be performed as soon as possible. **What are LR-C-6 and LR-C-10? A. find out what LR-C-6 and LR-C-10 are.
Q. If an event test is performed which completes all of the surveillance requirements of a periodic test, does the periodic test need to be complted? A. No. If an event test is performed which completes all of the surveillance requirements of a periodic test, then credit may be given for the periodic test.
Q. What if a test requires off-site sample analyis? A. 1. Upon completion of testing, the performer shall: e. Request Work Group Supervisor to place test on "HOLD" for off-site analysis if required.
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