The SCA shall be advised of any
situation which may prevent the system from maintaining its
intended operational capability.
These may include, but are not
limited to, excursions below certified depth or above certified
pressure, physical damage, grounding, entanglements, fires, and
emergency ascents or depressurizations and casualties resulting in
injury or death.
It is not intended that these emergency
situations include failures which only temporarily interrupt the
operational ability of the system and are corrected by routine
Further, a report shall be submitted containing an
evaluation of the extent of damage, proposed repair methods, and
probable cause of the emergency (e.g., personnel error, operations,
systems, component failures, etc.).
Personnel involved with the operation
and maintenance aspects of man-rated hyperbaric facilities shall,
as a minimum, be properly indoctrinated in the areas set forth by
this paragraph. It is the responsibility of the command to develop
indoctrination procedures which adequately address these specific
(1) System operating manuals.
(2) System operating procedures.
(3) System emergency procedures.
(4) System drawings and schematics.
(5) System safety precautions.
(6) Tag-out procedures.
(7) Reentry control procedures.
(8) HAZCAT management and maintenance
(1) System maintenance manuals.
(2) System drawings and schematics.
(3) System safety precautions.
(4) Equipment and component technical documentation
(5) Maintenance planning and scheduling.
(6) Maintenance procedures.
(7) Certification requirements.
(8) Maintenance and certification documentation.
(9) Tag-out procedures.
(10) REC procedures.
(11) HAZCAT m a n a g e m e n t a n d m a i n t e n a n c e