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4. ASME Organisational differences vs RCC-M or Industrial Codes or Standards

ASME:

Accreditation:

The ASME Sect. III standardized program for accreditation of manufacturers and fabricators provides great uniformity of acceptance of these organizations and therefore a great reliability on their assurance of product quality.

RCC-M does not have a generic standardized program for accreditation of manufacturers and fabricators, but relies on regulatory oversight of fabricators and technical qualification of the production workshop.

Authorized Inspection and Code Symbol Stamps:

ASME enhances reliability through use of the Authorized Nuclear Inspector (ANI or AI for Sect VIII).

Quality Assurance:

ASME Section III is similar to RCC-M. (NQA-1).ASME Section III is more technically-oriented than RCC-M and is based on US NRC requirements.

ASME Code for implementation in EPR– ASME Semina in RSA r –October 7th, 2008

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