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  • Site conducted

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location

  • Work Order Number

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(T)ools, (S)afety Equipment and (M)aterials

  • Mechanics tool set

  • Water sampling and test kits

Safety Guidelines

  • Chemicals must comply with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations and handled in accordance with occupational safety requirements. Employ personal protection against corrosive or hazardous treatment chemicals as appropriate.

  • Water treatment specialists must be properly trained

  • Water treatment must be based on proven standard engineering practices

  • Follow treatment as directed by manufacturer or water treatment company

  • Ensure chemicals are properly stored, test equipment clean, and that chemicals have not passed expiration date

  • All tests shall conform to the manufacturer test procedures and standard values

Maintenance Procedures

  • Verify maintenance records for all components of the water treatment system

  • Check chlorine and Ph in the all domestic water tanks

  • Verify proper inlet and outlet pressures at each equipment item. Record pressures

  • Check water quality at the outlet of each equipment item in the domestic water treatment system

  • Maintain a log of water quality readings

  • Verify automatic operation in accordance with the manufacturer sequence of operation listed in the OM Documentation.

  • Verify proper operation of the tank level control system

  • Check stockage of all chemicals and filters, and test kits. Order additional materials if required

  • Evaluate incoming (city and well) and potable water tank treated water chemistry. Submit a work order for water chemistry analysis if warranted

  • Detect trends and make any necessary system adjustments. Report changes in incoming water quality

Maintenance Hours

  • How much time was spent on this work order?

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