c . Step 3 in FMM is conducting the actual maintenance action.
The maintenance shall be conducted in accordance with approved
procedures and performed as quickly as possible consistent with
performing proper maintenance.
d . Step 4 in FMM is proper removal of the equipment tags and
close out of the REC.
NOTE: For HAZCAT III maintenance actions that are initiated during
a dive these same FMM procedures shall be applied.
General. In addition to the maintenance scheduling
and procedural documentation previously discussed in this chapter
maintenance documentation requirements exist for the following:
Work Orders for maintenance and repair work performed by
Quality Assurance (QA).
Design Changes and Drawing Updates.
Testing and Inspection.
Fabrication and In-Process Procedures.
Material Identification and Control.
Each of these areas is addressed in detail in Chapters 4 and
3.7 GENERAL MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cleaning Practices and Sampling
purpose of this section is to provide procedural guidance for the
proper cleaning of man-rated hyperbaric life support systems.
Cleaning practices involve a wide variety of actions to ensure safe
and reliable performance of the systems during their intended
operations. Generally, cleaning practices can be divided into two
In-place piping systems which are
cleaning in their installed locations(s).
Components/equipments which are easily removed from the
piping system for cleaning in a clean room environment.
The safe and reliable operation of man-rated hyperbaric life
support systems requires that appropriate system cleanliness levels
system/facility which is certified, or in pursuit of certification,