• Verify documentation of daily checks being completed on systems equipment. Review SPC charts or Infinity database. Should show evidence of attribute charting in the past 7 days.

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  • Verify Rental plan for Compressor, Chiller, and portable tower due to unscheduled downtime event. Contact CI Engineer if no available plan is in place. Ask Maintenance Manager for Emergency contact list for rental Compressors, Chillers, and Towers.

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  • Verify Program Administration Manual (PAM) contacts and chemical data up to date for NALCO water treatment services. Contact CI Engineer if PAM is not up to date or missing. PAM should be posted at each 3D Trasar in the systems room. PAM should be updated at least annually and anytime there is a change in plant management.

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  • Verify Service agreements up to date for all outside service providers for covered equipment. Contact CI Systems Engineer if agreement cannot be located. Ask Maintenance Manager to show you a copy of the service agreements for Chiller, Compressors, Towers, and air dryers. If they cannot provide, assign action to MM.

  • Inspect for any excess oil/water around equipment. (General Cleanliness). If oil or water can be considered a slip hazard or unsafe condition, corrective action should be assigned. If compressors are leaking oil, corrective action should be assigned.

  • Verify total run hours updated in SAP for hourly based maintenance plans of systems equipment. Ask Maintenance Manager to show you run hour update in SAP. There should be evidence of run hour update in the last 7 days.

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  • Damaged or missing guards/covers on equipment. Compare equipment for missing guards, no open control cabinets, belt guards, and panels.

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  • Visually verify that compressor drain-all's are present on each compressor.Ask Maintenance Manager to locate for you each drain-all on every compressor. This should also be charted on SPC charts.

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