Reentry Control Procedures.
Reentry Control Log and Records.
In-House Quality Control Inspections and
4.3.3 Summary and Responsibilities. Quality Assurance is a
program as outlined in the paragraph above. Quality Control
consists of the specific procedures and records which are
implemented to support the Quality Assurance Program. It is the
responsibility of the Hyperbaric Facility Manager to ensure that
a suitable QA Program is established, implemented and maintained.
4.4 DESIGN AND DRAWING QUALITY CONTROL. Instructions and guidance
shall be established which assure that current design drawings are
promptly distributed to maintenance and manufacturing personnel and
that only current drawings are used. The drawing control system
shall require approval of design changes, including material
substitutions, before such changes are incorporated into the
The drawing control system shall, require
approval of design changes, including material substitutions,
before such changes are incorporated into the finished product.
Also the drawing control system shall require removal of obsolete
drawings and change requirements from all points of issue and use.
The control system should also provide control over supplemental
instructions that either implement the design or supplement design
drawings. Design information, technical data and drawings will be
maintained to reflect and support the current as-built condition
of the hyperbaric facility.
4.5 MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL. Proper identification and
control of materials must be maintained from procurement through
installation in man-rated hyperbaric facilities. This includes all
materials and consumables: piping, components, equipments, repair
penetrations, etc. These procedures must ensure that materials used
conform to the applicable physical, chemical, or other technical
requirements. A means of keeping track of the identity of tested
and approved materials must be established. Additionally, controls
must be in-place to prevent the inadvertent use of unapproved
materials. Chapter 5, Material Control and Provisioning, provides