Provide engineering support in the upgrade and development of preventive maintenance job plans for the wetted path elastomers in diaphragm valves, clamps and hoses in order to meet a Regulatory Compliance Commitment.
This was a plant-wide initiative that looked at non-sterile product contact components in process lines, clean utilities such as clean steam, water for injection (WFI) systems and clean-in-place (CIP) systems. This effort took place with a team of mechanical and process engineers. Information was gathered and assembled from the review of over seven hundred (700) P&IDs, and then field verified. Existing Job Plans were updated and new Job Plans were written with the goal of standardization and technical correctness. Collaboration and coordination with maintenance, reliability and operations personnel was a key to the project success.