Commercial Grade Dedication Course Examination 071417

Question #1: 1. When purchasing a commercial grade item, the supplier must have documented evidence of dedication of the item.

Question #2: 2. The dedication process includes the following: Safety Classification of the Item, Technical Evaluation, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, Identification of Critical Characteristics, and Acceptance Criteria and Methods

Question #3: 3. For verification of critical characteristics for acceptance, ANY ONE of the following 4 methods is acceptable to use: 1) Special Test and Inspection; 2) Commercial Grade Survey; 3) Source Verification; 4) Acceptable Supplier/Item Performance Record

Question #4: 4. Method 1 (Special Tests and Inspections) is employed for dedication of commercial grade items after receipt of the item.

Question #5: 5. When Method 2 (CGI Surveys) is employed for dedication of commercial grade items, the survey shall include the following: Perform Technical Evaluation, Selected Critical Characteristics and Acceptance Criteria, and Verification the supplier’s QA program meets ALL the requirements of NQA-1

Question #6: 6. The adequacy of the controls when CGI Method 3 (Source Verification) is employed for dedication of commercial grade items shall include the following as a minimum: Critical characteristics clearly identified with the acceptance criteria, M&TE controls are verified, Testing is performed by qualified personnel

Question #7: 7. Important design, material, and performance characteristics of a commercial grade item or service that, once verified, will provide reasonable assurance that the item or service will perform its intended safety function is called?

Question #8: 8. An acceptance process performed in accordance with NQA-1 to provide reasonable assurance that a commercial grade item or service will successfully perform its intended safety function and, in this respect, is deemed equivalent to an item or services provided under the requirements of NQA-1 is called?

Question #9: 9. A structure, system, or component, or part thereof that affects its safety function, that was not designed and manufactured in accordance with the requirements of NQA-1, is called?

Question #10: 10. Which one of the following is NOT a Nuclear Industry Standard?

Question #11: 11. Safety related component is a structure, system or component that is relied upon to remain functional during and following design basis events to assure: 1. The integrity of the reactor coolant pressure boundary; 2. The capability to shut down the reactor and maintain it in a safe shutdown condition; or 3. The capability to prevent or mitigate the consequences of accidents which could result in potential offsite exposures comparable to the applicable guideline exposures set forth in § 50.34(a)(1) or § 100.11 of this chapter, as applicable.

Question #12: 12. An evaluation of an item’s credible failure mechanisms and their effect on system and/or component function is called?

Question #13: 14. The following are considered as an item’s safety classification: Safety Related, Non-safety Related, Augmented Quality

Question #14: 15. NEI-1405A allows for acceptance of services from a laboratory with one of the following accreditation:

Question #15: 16. Equivalency evaluation can be used as the sole basis to accept a commercial grade item for safety related use

Question #16: 17. Method 4 (Item/Supplier Performance Record) can be used as a justification for sampling during the dedication process.

Question #17: 18. The number of critical characteristics chosen for acceptance is based on:

Question #18: 19. Dedication is a process that provides absolute assurance that the item will perform its safety function when installed in safety related application.

Question #19: 20. When you identify a 10 CFR Part 21, you must report it to:

Question #20: 13. When evaluating an item for dedication, it is NOT important to verify if it has any digital components.

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