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OP AND EP DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES
Procedural Guide (PG) Matrix
1.
The first step in developing Operating Procedures (OPs) and
Emergency  Procedures  (EPs)  is  determining  the  operations
required to be supported (eg.,  Chamber Treatment Operations,
Scuba Operations, Chamber PN02 Test Operations, etc.).
After
the required operations have been defined, then a determination
can be made concerning the OPs and EPs needed to support each of
the required operations. The recommended way to accomplish the
above is to develop a Procedural Guide (PG) Matrix which clearly
shows the OPs/EPs supporting each required operation.  Table B-
1, Sample Procedural Guide Matrix for Recompression Chamber and
Scuba  Operations,  is  provided  to  demonstrate  how  this  is
accomplished.  The OPs/EPs needed to support each operation are
noted by simply placing an "X" in the appropriate column (Table
B-l refers).
2.
Operating Procedure Development
When writing OPs for a hyperbaric system or equipments, the
procedure must be developed in sufficient detail to cover all
functional  components  involved  in  the  system  or  equipment
operation. The procedure must ask those questions which require
specific data effecting lineup.  In addition, the procedure must
safely  take  the  system  from  a  shutdown  configuration  to  an
operating condition and back to shutdown while minimizing the
hazards to personnel and damage to hardware. The following five
sections are recommended as format guidelines for an  operating
condition and back to shutdown while minimizing the hazards to
personnel and damage to hardware.
The following five sections
are recommended as format guidelines for an P development. In
some cases, the sections will not apply and can be deleted, but
they should be considered during the OP writing phase.
(1) Pre-Dive General Information
(a) Type of dive
(b) Which dive station (s) to be set up or manned
(c) Which specific support equipment is to be used
(d) Which compressors and air/oxygen storage flasks are to
be used
(e) Standby and primary gas supplies
(f) Which chamber to use (if more than one)
(2) System Shutdown Verification
(a) Check that every component in the system is in the
shutdown configuration.
B-2





 


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