Every Detail Matters

Every Detail Matters

12 November 2022

Following the principles of transparency inherent in the project, the developer continues to share the nuances of its work. In the report under consideration, the talk is about the Design Bureau "Technical Documentation", which develops documents for the operation of string transport and infrastructure complexes. They help to use transport safely and efficiently and speed up the certification process.

Operational documents for transport infrastructure complexes are an analogue of instructions that are developed for any equipment. Thanks to them, the personnel of organizations using string transport understand how to make the operation process safe and efficient. In addition, such documentation ensures the use of transport and infrastructure complexes in accordance with the regulatory legal acts in force in the country of the customer. It also greatly facilitates the process of certification of the transport. In addition, the developed documents contain rules for the intended use, maintenance and repair. They can be used in the process of adaptation of new employees of the company.

When creating documentation, specialists understand that every detail is important. After all, errors or ambiguous interpretation by the maintenance personnel of the procedure for performing individual operations, neglect of the established requirements and norms for servicing track structures are unacceptable. All operational documents are developed in strict accordance with the requirements of the current state standards. At the request of the customer, the type and nomenclature of operational documents can be quickly changed.

The development time for operational documentation depends on the complexity of the product. For example, a document for a simple tooling can be developed by specialists in half a day. For more complex products, such as track structures, operational frames, infrastructure or bench equipment it can reach three months or more. The finished documentation is transferred to the operating organization of the customer in the prescribed manner.

During the work of the design bureau, its employees have developed more than 320 separate copies of documents for the track structure, infrastructure equipment and tooling. Some of them have been transferred to the string transport testing and certification centre. Now the Design Bureau "Technical Documentation" works on documents for the track structure, designed for one of the new models of rolling stock.

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