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LUL - 1-113

Quality Inspection Completion Certificate (QICC)

inactive, Most Current
Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 January 2009
Status: inactive
Page Count: 19
scope:

This Standard applies to Power equipment, systems and assets for which the LU Power Engineer is accountable, see E1140 for details.

This Standard shall be applied, with reference to 2.1 above, for all Infraco works and for works as defined in the Power PFI contract Schedule 43.3.

This Standard is not applicable to the hand-back of assets that have been withdrawn from service during non-traffic hours or for maintenance i.e. no material change has been made to the asset in question.

The issue of this standard replaces 1-113A1

Purpose

This Standard defines:

the details and assurances that the LU Power Engineer needs to receive, mainly in conjunction with 1-538, in order that consent may be given and that new or altered Power assets can be put into operational service;

the approach to full or partial asset handover from a project team to the end user and advises the responsible LU Power Engineer that project requirements have been met and that post-handover requirements are in place.

Document History

1-113
January 1, 2009
Quality Inspection Completion Certificate (QICC)
This Standard applies to Power equipment, systems and assets for which the LU Power Engineer is accountable, see E1140 for details. This Standard shall be applied, with reference to 2.1 above, for...
October 1, 2007
Quality Inspection Completion Certificate (QICC)
This Standard applies to Power equipment, systems and assets for which the LU Power Engineer is accountable, see E1140 for details. This Standard shall be applied, with reference to 2.1 above, for...

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