• Relate the Equipment List to the P&ID and the URS, and then prepare an appropriate range of equipment installation verification check sheets in Protocol Section-16.2.2.
• Prepare installation verification check sheets for 10 of your chosen equipment items.
• Prepare these equipment installation verification check sheets by prepopulating details for Manufacturer, Capacity, M.O.C., Design Pressure
Range and Design Temp Range.
(Note: Ensure the configuration of the checksheets in Protocol Section 16.2.2 align with the Equipment Installation Verification Testing Procedure in Protocol Section 11.2).
• Relate the piping (line) list and the inline components list to the P&ID and then prepare piping installation tests verification check sheet sequences in Protocol Section-16.2.4.
• Prepare installation verification check sheets for 25 of your chosen individual pipes and noting the inline component item numbers and descriptions associated with each line in the ‘Comments’ box at the bottom of the sheet.
• Pre-populate the relevant piping installation verification check sheet sequence with the Tag # and material-of-construction (MOC) details.
(Note: Ensure the configuration of the check sheets in Protocol Section 16.2.4 align with the Piping Installation Verification Testing Procedure in Protocol Section 11.4).
• In Protocol Section-7.1 describe in a sentence or two why the ‘Hot Detergent and Hot PUW Generation and Distribution’ is considered a ‘direct impact’ system.
• Identify product contact components on the P&ID via a component level impact assessment (CLIA) collated in Protocol Section-16.8 and determine if the components are critical or non-critical, and if critical whether they are product-contact critical or operationally critical, or both.
• Complete the process for all your chosen inline components, pieces of equipment, instruments and pipes.
• For identified operationally critical components complete the summary table Protocol Section-7.3 of operational critical components and include rationale.
• Identify as many operationally critical components as possible.
• Prepare a ‘P&ID Walkdown’ verification check sheet in Protocol Section16.2.1 for the main P&ID by filling in the P&ID # and P&ID Description.
(Note: Ensure the configuration of the checksheets in Protocol Section 16.2.1 align with the P&ID Walkdown Testing Procedure in Protocol Section 11.1).
• Relate the instrument list to the P&ID, and then prepare an appropriate range of instrument installation verification check sheets in Protocol Section-16.2.3.
Prepare installation verification check sheets for 25 of your chosen instrument items.
Prepare these instrument installation verification check sheet sequences; remember to pre-populate details, where available, for Manufacturer, Calibrated Range and MOC on Part-1 of the checksheet sequence.
(Note: Ensure the configuration of the check sheets in Protocol Section 16.2.3 align with the Instrument Installation Verification Testing Procedure in Protocol Section 11.3).
• Review the list of functional verification tests in Protocol Section-13.
• Review the completed example procedure for the ‘Hot Detergent System – Detergent Dosing Control’ test in Protocol Section-13.1 and the associated functional verification check sheets in Protocol Section-16.3.1.
• Prepare functional test procedures and functional verification check sheets
for Temperature, Flow and Level functional tests.
• Prepare complimentary functional verification check sheets in Protocol
In Protocol Section-16.9 review the traceability matrix for the ‘Hot Detergent and Hot PUW Generation and Distribution’ system and ensure that all the user requirements are linked against suitable installation and functional tests and protocol sections as per the table of contents to prove that the equipment system will be ‘fit for intended use’.
• In Protocol Section-14.1 summarize a ‘Signature-Log’ procedure that
compliments the log in Protocol Section-16.1.
• In Protocol Section-14.2 summarize a protocol deviation procedure that compliments the Deviation log in Protocol Section-16.4 and the Deviation Form in Protocol Section-16.5.
• In Protocol Section-14.3 summarize a Change Control deviation procedure that compliments the Change Control Log in Protocol Section-16.6 and the Change Control Form in Protocol Section-16.7.