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Custom Search Regulatory Standards and Safety Codes. Inspectors and
Facility Managers should be familiar with these standards and know how they apply.
These include:
n National Building Codes:
l Electrical
l Elevator
l Plumbing
l FRA Track Safety Standards
OSHA Requirements
Design Criteria (Applicable to repair):
l Design Manuals, NAVFAC DM Series and MIL-HDBKs
l Industrial or Association Standards
l Standard Engineering Texts and References
l Military Standards
l Type Specifications
n Environmental Regulations
2.4.3 Technical Sources. Sources of information include: Manuals and New Technology. Inspectors should actively seek
and be familiar with NAVFAC MO Manuals, especially in their craft areas, and with ap-
plicable technical manuals, NCEL Tech Data Bulletins, inspection guides, and
manufacturer's instructions. A complete list of NAVFAC Manuals and Publications is
included in NAVFAC P-349, "NAVFAC Documentation Index." Table 2-2 contains an
excerpt listing of manuals with which Control Inspectors need to be familiar. Indepth
guidance for such topics as corrosion control, surfaced areas and roofing are a few ex-
amples. Technical Assistance. Inspectors should seek advice and assis-
tance when needed or in doubt. Assistance is available from their supervisor, or En-
gineering Field Division/Engineering Field Activity (EFD/EFA), Public Works Centers
and NCEL via the EFD/EFA. Engineered Performance Standards (EPS). Industrial stand-
ards are rigidly defined for the exact performance of work throughout the production
process where the work place is constant and method of work performance is carefully
prepared. In maintenance, however, the same task may be performed at different times


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