(b) Material supplied shall bear a unique marking: and the
report of supporting test quantitative data shall bear an
Contain facility information such as:
layout of piping, valves, controls: wiring and control diagrams;
a control sequence describing start-up, operation and shut down;
a description of the function of principal system equipments and
components; lubrication schedules; test procedures, performance
data; and parts lists.
Approved written instructions
checklists f o r conducting system line-up, operation
shutdown, in a safe sequence.
The person who physically controls the operating
parameters of the hyperbaric facility: e.g., depth, pressure,
gas flow rate, gas composition, etc.
Parts List. Describe the part size, applicable specifications,
and ordering information.
The assembly, component, cable,
shaft, packing gland, seal, or other device which penetrates the
hyperbaric chamber or other pressure-resisting structure.
P o r o s i t y . Gas pockets or voids in weld metal.
Pre-Survey Outing Booklet (PSOB). A check list that identifies
those areas to be reviewed by NAVFAC as part of the
certification procedure for a specific hyperbaric facility.
Procedural Adequacy. The procedures used in the operation and
maintenance of the hyperbaric facility a r e suitable and
sufficient to provide for the safety of the occupants and
operators of the system before, during, or after any credible
The procedures must be proved
satisfactory to the SCA by the applicant.
Procedure Qualification. An action by which test assemblies are
prepared in accordance with a proposed procedure and evaluated
either by destructive or nondestructive tests or both.
Written instructions, checklists, a n d
maintenance guides that provide the occupants and operators with
a detailed safe sequence of operations of the hyperbaric
facility in all its various designed normal and emergency
The written communication to a supplier
that describes what is to be supplied and what requirements must