CSA N299.4:19 Quality assurance program requirements for the supply of items and services for nuclear power plants, Category 4.
3 Definitions The following definitions shall apply in this Standard: Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) — the organization having jurisdiction over the design, procurement, fabrication, installation, testing, operation, inspection, maintenance, and decommissioning of a nuclear facility. Authorized distributor — a distributor authorized by a manufacturer to conduct transactions and distribute an item within the terms of a distribution agreement. Note: Other distributor(s) are considered unauthorized distributors/brokers. [Source: Adapted from SAE AS6496] Batch (or volume or lot) — an identifiable collection of items, or quantity of material, of a single type, grade, class, size, or composition produced in the same facility under essentially the same conditions and at essentially the same time. Business — an organizational entity with accountability to implement some or all of the requirements of this Standard. Calibration — comparing two instruments, measuring devices, or standards, one of which is of known accuracy. Note: It is done to detect, correlate, report, or eliminate by adjustment any variation in accuracy of the instrument or measuring device of unknown accuracy. Characteristic — any distinct property or attribute of an item, process, or service that can be described and measured to determine conformance and nonconformance to specified requirements.
7.2 Indoctrination, training, and qualification 7.2.1 Indoctrination Indoctrination shall be provided to ensure that personnel are aware of their general responsibilities in the QA program. The supplier shall communicate to personnel the importance of meeting customer requirements. 7.2.2 Training Training shall ensure that personnel are aware of their specified responsibilities in the QA program and their job functions, are competent and capable of performing their work, and that their competency is maintained. The supplier shall a) document, implement, and maintain training requirements; b) evaluate trainees’ knowledge of the training objectives, the requirements of applicable codes, Standards, and specifications, and the commitments of the AHJ, when required; and c) provide on-the-job training if direct hands-on applications or experience is needed. 7.2.3 Qualification Qualification requirements are not applicable to a Category 4 QA program.CSA N299.4 pdf download.