Eye Washer and Safety Shower Inspection and Test Plan  

This article provides you with a example safety shower inspection and test plan. You need to refer to your purchaser order and transfer your requirement in this table.

Eye Washer and Safety Shower Inspection and Test Plan TaskVendorTPI InspectionClient
Mill test reportsHwR
Materials and type of construction check, if requiredHwR
Visual and dimensional controlHWR
Functional tests , if applicableHHR
Painting, coating, marking and color coding checkHWR
Final visual inspection including packaging and quantity controlHHR
Documentation review prior to release(final activity of technical inspection)HHR
Pre-shipment inspection by Third Party Inspection(assined by Owner)HHR

Safety Shower Inspection and Test Plan Points

All above items as per relevant applicable codes, standards and specifications and requisition requirements.

H: Hold Point implies that relevant production activities shall not proceed until the continuation of work is permitted by Purchaser. (Notification req'd)

W: Witness point implies that Purchaser intends to witness the designated inspection feature. If Purchaser decides not to witness the relevant feature, production can proceed without permission of Purchaser. (Notification req'd)

S: Witness, but spot check basis. Initial operation will be witness point and subsequent operation will be witnessed at discretion of Purchaser considering the results of previous inspection. (Random Inspection : Notification not req'd)

R: Review inspection & test records (Notification not req'd)

Monitoring / Observation of Vendor shop daily routine works (i.e. Storage of materials, Adherence to approved procedures, Testing tool calibration check, NDE Operator performance & qualification, workmanship and etc.) shall be done by Purchaser during inspection visit.

Final Visual Inspection / Documentation Review / Pre-Shipment Inspection may be combined within one time visit.

The inspection release note issued by third party inspection organization may be submitted to the seller if it is specified in purchase order or in terms of letter of credit. 


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