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FME Brochure made for Access Solutions

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FME Brochure made for Access Solutions Β  Brochure Β 

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FME Requirements for FME Devices

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FME Device Requirements a. Covers, plugs, caps, seals, pipe dams and other FME devices should, as a minimum, meet the following requirements:1) Be installed in such a manner as to prevent accidental removal.2) Be fire resistant or retardant to extent possible.3) Be suitable for the environmental conditions it could be exposed to.4) Shall not mark or mar the system or component hardware.5) Shall not result in galvanic or other corrosion at point of contact with the system or component hardware.6) Shall not show evidence of chemical decomposition during FME service.7) Use rigid covers on vertical openings where falling objects could...

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What are the job responsibilities and tasks of a FME Monitor in a high risk area?

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HighΒ Risk (HR) FME Monitor Β  These are the job requirements of a FME Monitor in a high risk area: 1. An individual performing in a dual role of worker and FME Monitor shall have the same responsibilities and qualification as that of an independent HR FMEM.2. Maintain a thorough understanding of specific FME requirements.3. Assertively ensure that proper FME behaviors are exhibited in high-risk FMEAs.4. Ensure FMEA criteria have been met before the start of the monitored job.5. Control material, equipment, and personnel ingress and egress for FMEAs. Maintain and reconcile applicable logs.6. Inspect personnel, tools, materials, and equipment entering...

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What are the responsibilities of a FME worker?

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FME Worker responsibilities 1. Adhere to all cleanliness and FME requirements. 2. Use work practices that minimize and prevent the introduction of FM into systems, equipment, and components.3. Maintain a thorough understanding of the FME requirements.4. Ensure the accuracy of work package FME requirements prior to performing work.5. Escort non-qualified individuals as required.6. Assist in establishing FME controls.7. Inspect tools and material prior to taking them into the FMEA8. If the Foreign Material Control Log is required, present tools and materials for logging prior to entry into the FMEA.9. Provide feedback to Planning regarding any work package FME problems.10. Notify...

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FME Terms and Definitions

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FME Terms and Definitions To better understand Foreign Material Exclusion it is essential to understand the FME terms and definitions. Breach – To alter the integrity of a system or component to the point at which foreign material can enter. Clean Enclosure - A temporary structure erected around a work area to reduce the possibility of foreign material entering a system or component. Examples include glove bags, tents, cages, or temporary buildings. Closeout Inspection - FME area (FMEA) inspection performed upon completion of the work to verify all foreign material has been removed from the inside of the system/component prior...

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