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Electrical Distribution Services

Note to Users:

This checklist may include terms specific to Operation Enduring Freedom and should be customized as
needed. For example:

For specific percentages and numbers, the user should apply the appropriate numbers; such as 70%,
80%, 90%, 99%, etc.

For periodic terms, such as weekly, the user should apply the appropriate period, such as daily, weekly,
biweekly, monthly, annually, etc.

Service Performance Measures

REQUIREMENT YES NO N/O N/A COMMENT


1. Does the contractor replace,
maintain, and repair electrical Total Sample Accept Reject
distribution systems and # Size
equipment ad below?
a. Switchgear
b. Electrical outlets
c. Distribution panels
d. Lighting
2. Does the contractor ensure
each medium voltage power
system is maintained for
optimum performance (95%
medium voltage power
reliability?
Note: Applies only to those sites
specified.

REQUIREMENT YES NO N/O N/A COMMENT


3. Lighting and Electrical
Outlets: Do they work? Any
indication of tampering? Are
there unsecured electrical
cables going into or coming out
of exposed insulated wire from
cable sheathing, signs of
overheating, or
cracked/broken/missing
components?
Note: Users of this checklist are
not normally licensed electricians,
so DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR
TAMPER WITH ANYTHING.
Note: Select a random sample of
buildings to audit. Refer to the
Special Instruction above for
building sample size.
Note: Check for a current Service
Order Request (SOR) to determine
if there is a nonconformance.
Note: Electrical Preventive
Maintenance (PM) inspections will
be audited when performing the
Facilities Management and O&M
audit. However, the PM records
can be checked during the
electrical audit as well.
4. Distribution Panels (Breaker
panels inside buildings): Any
indication of tampering? Are
there unsecured electrical
cables going into or out of,
exposed insulated wire from
cable sheathing, signs of
overheating,
cracked/broken/missing
components, access to bare
wires or terminals, and
breakers labeled?

REQUIREMENT YES NO N/O N/A COMMENT


5. Are there records documenting
the last GFCI or RCD function
test? Do the GFCI or RCD
breakers work when you push
the test button?
Note: Users of this checklist are
not normally licensed electricians,
so DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR
TAMPER WITH ANYTHING.
Note: Use the random sample of
buildings from #3 above to perform
this audit. Refer to the Special
Instruction above for building
sample size.

6. Switchgear and Distribution


Panels (Main Distribution
Panels/MDP and Sub-
Distribution Panels/SDP): Are
there unsecured electrical
cables going into or coming out
of exposed insulated wire from
cable sheathing, signs of
overheating,
cracked/broken/missing
components, access to bare
wires or terminals, and
breakers labeled? Is the
ground cable and rod secured?

REQUIREMENT YES NO N/O N/A COMMENT


7. Are there records documenting
ground resistance at the
grounding rod, 25 Ohms max?
Note: Users of this checklist are
not normally licensed electricians,
so DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR
TAMPER WITH ANYTHING.
Note: Select a random sample of
MDP, SDP, and/or Switchgears
from the requirements to audit.
Refer to the Special Instruction
above for building sample size.
Note: Electrical Preventive
Maintenance (PM) inspections will
be audited when performing the
Facilities Management and O&M
audit. However, the PM records
can be checked during the
electrical audit as well.