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Periodic Inspection and Preventative Maintenance of Electrical Distribution System (F&E.07.40.02)

Periodic Inspection and Preventative Maintenance of Electrical Distribution System (F&E.07.40.02) - Policies, Administrative, UWHC, Department Specific, Facilities & Engineering Services

F&E.07.40.02

FACILITIES & ENGINEERING SERVICES DEPARTMENT
POLICY & PROCEDURE





Effective Date:
Sept 2014
X Administrative Manual
Computer Room Manual

Policy #:
F&E.07.40.02

Original
X Revision
Page 1
of 2
Title: Periodic Inspection and
Preventative Maintenance of
Electrical Distribution System


PE.07.40.02 Inspection & Maintenance of Ele Distribution
I PURPOSE

To provide an environment where safe and reliable electrical power is available for patient and
employee use by establishing periodic inspection and pm procedures of key electrical
distribution system components.

II POLICY

Key components of the electrical distribution system shall be identified and subject to periodic
inspection and maintenance.

III PROCEDURE

A. Key components of the electrical distribution system will be identified by function and
location on utility systems drawings (stick 33).

B. Components will have covers removed and will be visually inspected for arcing and
integrity of conductor insulation.

C. Debris and dust will be removed from switchgear, transformers, and electrical closets.

D. Conductors and connections that are suspect will be checked using an infrared scanner.

E. The panel directory and breaker layout will be checked for accuracy and legibility.

F. Interrupting and transfer devices will be checked for clear labeling and proper warning
signs are posted to signify high voltage.

G. Any hazardous situations or equipment deficiencies located during the above inspections
will be identified on a Facilities & Engineering Services Service Request submitted for
correction or repair.

IV COORDINATION Continual Readiness Committee

V REFERENCES NFPA 99


Wayne Abbott
Director, Facilities & Engineering Services