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Inspection Procedure

00-SAIP-71 5 October 2008


Plant Inspection Index
Document Responsibility: Inspection Department

Saudi Aramco DeskTop Standards


Table of Contents

1 Scope............................................................. 2
2 References..................................................... 2
3 Objectives....................................................... 3
4 Responsibilities.............................................. 3
5 Scoring Process............................................. 4

Attachment I Sample PII Summary Report.... 6


Attachment II Sample PII Entry Sheet.... 7
Attachment III Sample PII Chart......... 19

Previous Issue: 30 June 2008 Next Planned Update: TBD


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1 Scope

This SAIP is to provide guidelines for Saudi Aramco Plant Inspection Units (PIUs) and
the Inspection Department Engineering Unit (IEU) to periodically conduct scoring of
the PIU performance and submit the results to IEU for annual reporting to plant
management. Plant inspection index (PII) is to cover performance of all inspection
activities as per the listed seventeen (17) measures in the attachment.

2 References

The requirements contained in the following documents apply to the extent specified in
this procedure.

Saudi Aramco Engineering Procedures


SAEP-20 Equipment Inspection Schedule
SAEP-308 Operations Inspection Unit Reviews
SAEP-309 Inspection of Community and Operations Support Facilities
SAEP-316 Performance Qualification of Coating Personnel
SAEP-317 Testing and Inspection (T&I) of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
SAEP-318 Pressure Relief Valve Program Authorization for Installation,
Deletion and Changes
SAEP-319 Relief Valves Routine Test, Inspection, Quality Assurance and
Regulation
SAEP-321 Performance Qualification Testing and Certification of Saudi
Aramco Welders
SAEP-322 Performance Qualification Testing and Certification of Saudi
Aramco Brazers
SAEP-325 Inspection Requirements for Pressurized Equipment
SAEP-333 Cathodic Protection Monitoring
SAEP-343 Risk-Based Assessment for In-Plant Static Equipment
SAEP-1135 On-Stream Inspection Administration
SAEP-1140 Qualification of Saudi Aramco NDT Personnel
SAEP-1142 Qualification of Non-Saudi Aramco NDT Personnel

Saudi Aramco Inspection Procedures


00-SAIP-06 Pressure Test Requirements

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00-SAIP-07 Positive Material Identification Requirements


00-SAIP-12 Equipment Deficiency Reports
00-SAIP-51 Electrical Inspection
00-SAIP-72 Inspection Involvement in Management of Change
00-SAIP-73 Inspection Manning Determination Guidelines
00-SAIP-74 Corrosion under Insulation Inspection
00-SAIP-75 External Inspection
00-SAIP-76 Worksheet Control & Tracking
00-SAIP-77 Technical Alert Implementation & Tracking
00-SAIP-78 Inspection Records & Filing
00-SAIP-79 Assessment Recommendations Tracking System
01-SAIP-01 Small Pipes & Nipples Inspection Programs
01-SAIP-04 Injection Points Inspection Programs

3 Objectives

3.1 To measure and monitor the overall performance of the plant inspection units
following a predetermined seventeen (17) measures that covers all inspection
activities.

3.2 To identify gaps in the seventeen (17) inspection programs and function that
include on-stream-inspection program, the relief valve program, welder tracking
system and the equipment inspection schedules.

3.3 To verify that Saudi Aramco standards and procedures are being properly
implemented along with the applicable industry standards.

3.4 To highlight to plant management gaps in the PIU for timely corrective action.

4 Responsibilities

4.1 Plant Inspection Unit Supervisor

4.1.1 Form a team, once a year, including representative(s) from other


inspection units to measure the performance of his respective unit.

4.1.2 Send all the performance results with supporting documents to the
Inspection Department (ID), with transmittal letter from his Division

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Head/GS, to update the respective Unit's performance by December 31st


of every year.

4.2 Inspection Engineering Unit / ID

4.2.1 Make the calculation spread sheet available for the PIUs through ID web
site and maintain it as required.

4.2.2 Send the annual PII Report of the PIU to its respective Facility Manager.

4.2.3 Spot-check the performance of the respective Inspection Unit during the
scheduled assessment.

5 Scoring Process

5.1 The Plant Inspection Unit Supervisor shall form a team, including a
representative(s) from another Plant Inspection Unit (Sr. Inspector or above), to
perform the PII scoring of his respective Unit.

5.2 The team shall cover the seventeen (17) measures listed in Attachment I.

5.3 The team shall submit the results to the PIU Supervisor with all the documents
supporting the Unit's performance calculations.

5.4 The PIU Supervisor should review and confirm the results with the team prior to
submittal to ID/OID.

5.5 The final calculations of the Unit performance should be available with all
supporting documents for verification by IEU.

5.6 IEU/OID can request additional support documents for verification. Any
nonconformance will be returned back to the respective Inspection Unit for
correction or clarifications.

5.7 If all results are accepted by IEU, then the Units performance will be reflected in
the PII and forwarded to the PIU plant manager.

5.8 In each of the 17 measures, there are questions (Attachment II) that need to be
answered to calculate the total scoring for that specific measure. Each question
is given a maximum score that can be achieved if the Unit is fully meeting the
requirement. Some questions are based on a "yes" or "no" answer while others
are percentage-based to help clarify the answer (for example, the experience
level of the unit is to be scored based on the given percentages).

5.9 Questions that are not applicable can be marked with N/A and the program will
not consider that specific question in the final calculation (for example, the

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rupture disks may not be available at some of the plants in which case the
question will not be considered in the total score).

5.10 Each one of the 17 measures has been given a weight factor based on its
importance to the overall performance of the facility.

5.11 The minimum acceptable PII score shall be set as 80% for the overall and 60%
for the individual programs. These levels will be revised based on performance
by the PIU units.
Commentary Note:

These percentages are based on the results obtained after testing this index on
selected PIUs.

5.12 The calculation sheet will automatically calculate the overall performance of the
Unit based on the calculated scores of the measures. A chart (Attachment III)
will be generated reflecting the Unit performance for each one of the 17
measures.

5.13 The PII scoring sheet can be obtained from the ID website Operations Inspection
Division http://id.aramco.com.sa/site/index.asp?Module=OID.

Revision Summary
30 June 2008 Editorial revision.
5 October 2008 Minor revision.

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ATTACHMENT I
SAMPLE (PII) SUMMARY REPORT

INSPECTION DEPARTMENT
Plant Inspection Index Report
Unit XYZ Inspection Unit
Evaluation Jan to Dec, 2008
Period:
Systems and Programs Evaluation
# INDICES PII COMMENTS
1 Technical Administration 0.85
2 Training & Certification 0.90
3 Relief Valves 1.00
4 Mechanical Inspection 1.00
5 Equipment Inspection Schedule 0.90
6 On-Stream Inspection 1.00
7 Corrosion Control & Monitoring 1.00
8 Welding/Repair Inspection 0.90
9 Coating 0.80
10 Filing/Records Keeping 0.90
11 Civil and Structural Inspection 0.70
12 Electrical Inspection 0.70
13 Nondestructive Testing Operations 1.00
14 Management of Change 0.90
15 Worksheet & Reporting 0.95
16 Management of Recommendations 0.90
17 Positive Material Identification 0.70

PLANT INSPECTION INDEX: 15.1


100%
Reduced PII Due to Incident Related to Inspection N/A

Signed by: *
Plant Inspection Unit Supervisor

Signed by: *
Other Inspection Unit Representative

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ATTACHMENT II

SAMPLE (PII) ENTRY SHEET (Only Shaded Fields are to be filled)

XYZ Inspection Unit


RANKING FOR PERFORMANCE MEASURES Jan to Dec, 2008
Question Number

Actual Score
Max Score
Program Or
System

Reference Comments /
Parameter to Measure for the Last Year Standard Attachments

Does the unit conduct a study of the workload and experience


level during business plan to decide the number of inspectors and
TA.1 8 8 00-SAIP-73
number of supervisors and whenever new plants are added?
Technical Administration

Provide Document
TA.2 Is the Supervision assignment continuous? 2 2
Does the unit field supervisor(s) have adequate inspection field
TA.3 4 4 Best Practice
experience?
TA.4 What is the average experience level in the Unit? 4 4
Safety
Does the Unit have up-to-date written orientation Program for Management
TA.5 2 2
new inspectors based on SMS? Provide Document System
(SMS)
Has an incident or unplanned shutdown taken place that was
TA.6 found to be a result of inspection program failure since the last 6 6
assessment?

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Does the Inspection Unit participate in all Management plant


TA.7 2 2 SMS
walkthrough inspections and participate in the review meetings?
Does the unit conduct at least monthly safety/communication
TA.8 2 2 SMS
meetings?
Has the unit conducted the annual self assessment? Provide
TA.9 4 4 SAEP-308
attachment. Use SAEP-308 standard format.
TOTAL FOR TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION 34 34
Does the unit have an individual to coordinate inspector
TC.1 4 4
training? Provide training schedule
AJTS/Job
TC.2 Is the AJTS training program implemented in the Unit? 4 4
Description
Does the unit have certified mentors to verify and sign off tasks?
TC.3 4 4 GI-1809.001
Provide mentor certifications.
Training & Certifications

Does the unit have certified evaluators to record & credit the JTS
TC.4 4 4
task? Provide evaluator certification.
Is there a written schedule for in-house training that includes
TC.5 scheduling technical presentations to be shared in the unit level? 4 4
Provide presentations schedule.
Does the Unit have updated IDP's for each inspector? Provide
TC.6 4 4 GI-1809.001
attachment
Do all unit inspectors meet their current GC requirements in: JTS AJTS/Job
TC.7 4 4
tasks, required certification, & ITC academic requirements? Description
Does the unit have a system for regularly informing its inspectors
TC.8 2 2
of the revised Standards and procedures?
Do all inspectors have at least one week inspection training
TC.9 4 4
courses per year? Provide training schedule
TOTAL FOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION 34 34

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Is a Quality manual for PZV in the PZV shop available and


SAEP-
RV.1 followed? If not has the unit highlighted deficiencies to 4 4
318/319
management?
Are all your RVs tested within EIS (i.e., none overdue without SAEP-
RV.2 8 8
approved deviation request per SAP RV System)? 318/319
SAEP-
RV.3 Do you physically check rupture discs for integrity? 2 2
318/319
RV.4 Do you physically check rupture pins for integrity? 2 2
Are annual internal audits conducted on maintenance shops per SAEP-
RV.5 4 4
schedule? Provide attachment. 318/319
Do you conduct annual survey to ensure that installed RVs are
SAEP-
RV.6 tagged, sealed, in the correct location, and piped to a safe 4 4
Relief Valves

318/319
location? Provide report.
Do you participate in the two-years comprehensive physical
RV.7 review conducted jointly with Operations Supt., & Engineering? 4 4 SAEP-318
Provide survey report.
SAEP-
RV.8 Are mothballed RV properly designated and tracked? 4 4
318/319
SAEP-
Do you highlight any RV for potential testing intervals 318/319 SAP
RV.9 2 2
adjustment based on SAP recommendation? Provide document Transaction:
ZI0012
Are valves open to atmospheres regularly checked for open
RV.10 2 2 SAES-J-600
drain?
Do you have a tracking system for high integrity protection
RV.11 2 2
systems (HIPS) in your facilities?
RV.12 Does the unit have a RV coordinator? 4 4
TOTAL FOR RELIEF VALVES 42 42

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Are pressure vessels being inspected by API certified inspectors


AJTS/Job
MI.1 or by inspectors having more than 20 years inspection 6 6
Description
experience?
Are tanks being inspected by API certified inspectors or by AJTS/Job
MI.2 6 6
inspectors having more than 20 years inspection experience? Description
Are piping and pipelines being inspected by API certified
AJTS/Job
MI.3 inspectors or by inspectors having more than 20 years inspection 6 6
Description
experience?
Mechanical Inspection

Is susceptible flare lines checked during T&I for fouling to ensure


MI.4 2 2 API 571
adequacy for emergency relief?
MI.5 Is a checklist being utilized when conducting external inspection? 2 2 00-SAIP-75
Have all assigned inspectors completed the AJTS for all AJTS/Job
MI.6 4 4
mechanical jobs? Description
Is SAEP-325 being followed all the time when inspecting
MI.7 2 2 SAEP-325
pressurized equipment?
Are the mechanical inspection tools available to perform the
MI.8 required mechanical inspections (e.g., flash light, pit gauge, 2 2
hammer, magnet, magnifying glass, etc.)
Is the external inspection required by SAEP-20 being performed SAEP-20 &
MI.9 4 4
timely (no overdue)? 00-SAIP-75
Is inspection formally informed of maintenance activities such as
MI.10 2 2 00-SAIP-72
during OME meetings?
TOTAL FOR MECHANICAL INSPECTION 36 36
Are all pieces of equipment included in the EIS as required per
EIS.1 4 4 SAEP-20
SAEP-20?
Equipment
Inspection
Schedule

Are deviation requests submitted to the Inspection Department


EIS.2 2 2 SAEP-20
complete?
EIS.3 Do you issue quarterly report for due and overdue equipments 4 4

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EIS.4 Is the discretionary letter for due equipment issued timely? 2 2 SAEP-20
Do you use SAIF to track the EIS and add reminding capabilities
EIS.5 3 3 SAEP-20
for Operations and T&I Planning?
Have you completed initial T&I for all new equipment per
EIS.6 4 4 SAEP-20
SAEP-20?
Have you complied with the external inspection requirement as
EIS.7 4 4 SAEP-20
per SAEP-20?
Do you have an active RBI program to optimize inspection?
EIS.8 2 2 SAEP-20
Provide document
EIS.9 Is EIS period adjusted based on T&I findings? Provide document 3 3 SAEP-20
EIS.10 Are road crossing inspection & revalidation conducted per EIS? 4 4 SAEP-20
EIS.11 Is a sub-sea pipeline inspection program functional? 4 4 SAEP-20
SAEP-20 &
EIS.12 Are all Operations Support Facilities listed and inspected per EIS? 4 4
SAEP-309
Are mothballed equipment identified and monitored per SAEP-20,
EIS.13 3 3
SAEP-20 and SAER-2365? SAER 2365
TOTAL FOR EQUIPMENT INSPECTION SCHEDULE 43 43
Do you have an individual coordinating the On-Stream
OSI.1 4 4 SAEP-1135
Inspection?
On-Stream Inspection

OSI.2 Do you use SAIF to monitor the OSI Data? 6 6


Do you have OSI drawings for all equipment and piping in
OSI.3 2 2
hydrocarbon service or critical service?
Does the inspection Unit have a system to ensure modifying OSI
OSI.4 2 2
isometric drawings when changes are made to plant?
OSI.5 Do you use SAIF to track & monitor the Nipple surveys? 6 6 01-SAIP-01

Do you use SAIF program to monitor the chemical injection 01-SAIP-10,


OSI.6 6 6 API 570,
points? Alert-30/97

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SAES-L-310
OSI.7 Are dead legs identified and being monitored by SAIF? 6 6
Para 11.4.5
Do you conduct periodic inspection of the transition area soil/air
OSI.8 2 2 SAEP-1135
interface) and splash zones?
Are all your equipment up-to-date with their TMLs
OSI.9 4 4 SAEP-1135
(i.e., No backlog)?
OSI.10 Have all your new plants had TMLs baseline readings? 2 2 SAEP-122
TOTAL FOR ON-STREAM INSPECTION 40 40
Does the unit/division have a competent corrosion engineer or
CC.1 8 8
CP specialist? Provide professional certifications if applicable
CC.2 Is Corrosion Engineering involved in OSI program? 3 3 SAEP-1135
Is failure analysis conducted on all failures that impact reliability
CC.3 4 4 API 571
or safety?
Corrosion Control / Monitor

Do you monitor and document heaters in the creep range for


metallurgical aging, creep and/or creep cracking? (Creep: Time
CC.4 4 4 SAEP-325
dependent deformation of stressed components at high
temperatures under load below the yield stress)
Do you perform thermography for monitoring hot spots and
CC.5 3 3 SAEP-20
refractory damage? Provide report
Are piping and equipment susceptible to Corrosion Under
SAEP-1135
CC.6 Insulation and fireproofing identified and being monitored by 4 4
Para 3.2.5
SAIF?
CC.7 Does the unit have NACE CP Level I certified inspector? 5 5 SAEP-333
Do you have limits established for all key and critical process
CC.8 variables that affect corrosion and materials degradation, and are 4 4 00-SAIP-72
they documented in the operating instructions? Provide report
Do you evaluate the potential corrosion impact of any proposed
CC.9 4 4 00-SAIP-72
change?

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Is there a leak reporting system documenting leaks and failures GI 2.401/2 &
CC.10 4 4
impacting reliability or safety? Link to SAIF 2.104
Is there a system in place to assure that equipment susceptible to
environmental cracking (amine, caustic, wet H2S, deaerators) SAIF /RBI
CC.11 4 4
inspected at appropriate intervals with appropriate NDT module
method? Describe the system
Do you have a unit-specific corrosion control document (CCDs)
CC.12 or equivalent in place for each of your existing processing units? 4 4 Documents
Provide CCD's
Do you have effective CP for your Tanks, sub-sea structures and SAES-X-300,
CC.13 4 4
buried piping? 400, 500, 600
Are damage mechanisms other than pitting and general thinning
CC.14 reviewed by a corrosion engineer during set up of the inspection 3 3 SAIF
plans?
Is the yearly and quarterly schedule as applicable for monitoring
CC.15 4 4 SAIF
the CP system available, implemented and reported?
Is the SAEP-333A survey report forms utilized for the CP system
CC.16 2 2 SAIF
survey?
Is the low potential reading and/or the CP system deficiencies
CC.17 4 4 SAIF
reported and tracked?
CC.18 Is the capacity test for the solar system performed every 2 years? 4 4 SAIF
Is the result of the CP inspection communicated to the inspection
CC.19 4 4 SAEP-333
Units if done by others?
TOTAL FOR CORROSION CONTROL/MONITORING 76 76
Welding/Repai

AJTS/Job
Are all welding jobs inspected by certified welding inspectors?
r Inspection

WI.1 3 3
Description
WI.2 Do you use a Welder Tracking System? 4 4 SAEP-321
WI.3 Do you enter welder performance in the WTS? 4 4 SAEP-321

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WI.4 Do you utilize certified shops for ASME vessels alterations? 4 4 SAES-D-008
SAES-W-
WI.5 Are welding inspection tools available? 4 4
10/11/12/13
WI.6 Are shop and field weld inspection covered and roles specified? 2 2
Do you conduct periodic assessment on your welding shops? SAES-W-
WI.7 4 4
Provide report/checklist 10/11/12/13
Have you issued Job Clearance Cards (JCC) to your contract
WI.8 4 4 SAEP-323
welders and are they up to date? Provide Documents
TOTAL FOR WELDING/REPAIR INSPECTION 29 29
Are blasters and painters certified by a Level II coating inspector?
CI.1 4 4 SAEP-316
Provide copies of certifications.
Are all coating inspection performed by certified inspectors? AJTS/Job
CI.2 4 4
Provide copies of certifications. Description
Coating Inspection

SAES-H-101?
CI.3 Is holiday testing conducted on all critical coating? 2 2
To be verified
Are major and premature coating failures investigated and
CI.4 2 2
results documented?
CI.5 Are coating jobs QA forms filled in and filed? Provide QA form 4 4 SAEP-316
Are sufficient coating inspection tools available to inspect the
blasting & coating operations? Name the available tools. DFT &
CI.6 4 4 SAEP-316
wet gages, knife, comporator, surface profile, humidity gage,
temperature gage, holiday detector, etc.
TOTAL FOR COATING INSPECTION 20 20
FR.1 Is there a clerk in the Unit? 3 3
Filing and

Is 00-SAIP-78 followed to set guidelines for record keeping,


Records

FR.2 4 4 00-SAIP-78
retention, indexing etc?
FR.3 Are Equipment Files updated/complete? 2 2 00-SAIP-78
FR.4 Are Aramco reports format used always (NDT, HT, etc.)? 4 4 00-SAIP-78

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FR.5 Do you have an up-to-date master list of all equipment? 2 2 SAEP-20


FR.6 Do you use SAIF to store inspection history? 6 6 00-SAIP-78
FR.7 Are all Deviation requests and discretionary letter available? 2 2 SAEP-20
Are critical records properly protected (e.g., fireproof cabinet) or
FR.8 2 2 00-SAIP-78
electronically backed up?
Do you have all reference material in the Unit if not available
FR.9 2 2 00-SAIP-78
through the Intranet?
TOTAL FOR FILING/RECORDS 27 27
CV.1 Do use SAIF to monitor the civil inspection activities? 4 4
Job
CV.2 Has the civil inspector completed the AJTS for civil inspections? 4 4
Description
Do you perform periodic inspection on the plant structure and
CV.3 4 4
foundations?
Is there an API 936 certified refractory inspector available? AJTS/Job
CV.4 3 3
Provide certification copies Description
Do you utilize SAIF to list and monitor the inspection for concrete
Civil Inspection

CV.6 structures and fireproofing in your plants (both onshore and 3 3


offshore)?
Do you make sure that the 3rd party testing agencies for civil tests
CV.7 2 2
(e.g., soil test, compaction test, ..) are approved by the company?
Do you review the under water inspection report for the offshore
CV.8 3 3
structure and issue the proper inspection recommendations?
Do you grade the concrete deterioration and failure as per the SAEP-309
CV.9 4 4
classification described in Aramco standard? Provide report Attachment ll
Do you inspect bolts and guy wires for stacks and flares for
CV.10 4 4 API 572
structural soundness?
Do you use the checklists for concrete pre-pour inspection, SAEP-20
CV.11 4 4
during pouring etc? Provide sample report Para 5.5.8

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Do you follow up with the laboratory results of the concrete SAES-Q-001


CV.12 4 4
compressibility tests and keep records in the file? Para 16
Are sufficient civil inspection tools available? (See comment for SAES-Q-
CV.13 4 4
the required tools) series
CV.14 Does the unit have a back up civil inspector? 4 4
Is the civil inspection required by SAEP-20 being performed SAEP-20 &
CV.15 4 4
timely (no overdue)? 00-SAIP-75
Do you make sure that the concrete supplier is approved by the
CV.16 2 2 SAEP-112
Vendor inspection unit, Dhahran?
CV.17 Is the unit informed of all civil activities (daily/weekly schedule) 2 2
TOTAL FOR CIVIL INSPECTION 55 55
AJTS/Job
EI.1 Is the electrical inspection performed by qualified inspectors? 4 4
Description
EI.2 Does the unit have a back up electrical inspector? 4 4
Is the electrical inspection required by SAEP-20 being performed SAEP-20 &
EI.3 4 4
timely (no overdue)? 00-SAIP-75
Electrical Inspection

EI.4 Does the electrical inspector have tools and technical resources? 4 4 00-SAIP-78
Is the unit informed of all electrical activities (daily/weekly
EI.5 2 2 00-SAIP-72
schedule)
EI.6 Do you verify that cable splicing is done by certified cable splicers? 2 2 SAES-P-104
Do you perform periodic junction box surveys? Provide survey
EI.7 4 4 00-SAIP-51
data report
Do you maintain a file of plant electrical drawings and
EI.8 3 3 00-SAIP-51
equipment manuals?
Do you conduct special electrical inspection programs such as
EI.9 Infrared scanning of electrical equipment and/or x-ray of conduit 4 4 00-SAIP-51
seal fittings? Provide document
TOTAL FOR ELECTRICAL INSPECTION 31 31

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Do you use SAP to track NDT personnel performance for SAEP-1140


NDT.1 4 4
certification validation? para 9.4 & 9.5
Non-Destructive Testing

Job
NDT.2 Is contractor personnel qualification tracked? 2 2
Description
Does the Unit have enough NDT equipment and material SAEP-
NDT.3 2 2 1144/1146 &
available? ASME V
Do you have a documented program for calibrating NDT SAEP-
NDT.4 3 3 1144/1146 &
instruments? ASME V
AJTS/Job
NDT.5 Does the unit have certified level II RTFI? 4 4
Description
NDT.6 Does the unit have a dark room available? 2 2 SAEP-1143
TOTAL FOR NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING 17 17
Is the Inspection Unit involved in the Management of change
MOC.1 2 2 00-SAIP-72
(MOC) for issues affecting equipment integrity?
Management Of Change

Does the Unit get involved in the review of all relevant design
MOC.2 2 2 00-SAIP-72
packages, repair and modifications?
Does the Unit get Involved in periodic meeting with operations,
(MOC)

MOC.3 maintenance and Engineering (OME) on equipment integrity 2 2 00-SAIP-72


related issues?
MOC.4 Is GI 2.60 being followed for acceptance of Units after T&I? 4 4 GI 2.60
Do you have system to track the MOC requests? Provide list of
MOC.5 4 4
MOC's
TOTAL FOR MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE 14 14
& Reporting
Worksheets

WS.1 Do you use SAIF for Tracking Worksheets? 4 4 00-SAIP-76


WS.2 Do you reference standards in your WS's? 4 4 00-SAIP-76
Is the Work sheet kept open for temporary repair until it is
WS.3 2 2 API 570
properly reviewed as permanent or permanent repair is done?

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Are worksheets highlighted monthly to plant manager for critical


WS.4 4 4 00-SAIP-76
or long outstanding worksheet?
Does the unit supervisor conduct quarterly worksheet review
WS.5 4 4 00-SAIP-76
meeting with operations?
TOTAL FOR WORKSHEETS REPORTING 18 18
MR.1 Do you have a system to track Technical Alerts? 4 4 00-SAIP-77
Do you have a system for tracking self assessment
MR.2 4 4 SAEP-308
Recommendations

recommendations?
Management of

Is there a system for tracking and follow up on recommendations


MR.3 issued for proper and timely completion such as PZV shop audit 4 4
recommendations?
Are OID Assessments Status reports issued on time to the
MR.4 4 4 SAEP-308
inspection Department?
Do you have any OID Assessment recommendations exceeding
MR.5 4 4 SAEP-308
the ETC?
TOTAL FOR RECOMMENDATIONS IMPLEMENTATION 20 20
PMI.1 Is PMI inspection done by the Unit on received material? 4 4 SAES-A-206
Identification (PMI)
Positive Material

PMI.2 Do you have a PMI machine? 2 2


PMI.3 Is PMI of alloy material verified after fabrication? 3 3 SAES-A-206
Is SAES-A-206, 00-SAIP-07 followed for marking, reporting and SAES-A-206
PMI.4 4 4
documentation? 00-SAIP-07
Is existing low alloy piping/equipment PMI spot checked during
PMI.5 4 4
T&Is?
TOTAL FOR POSITIVE MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION 17 17

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