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This automation industry quiz question comes from the ISA Certified Automation Professional (CAP) certification program. ISA CAP certification provides a non-biased, third-party, objective assessment and confirmation of an automation professional’s skills. The CAP exam is focused on direction, definition, design, development/application, deployment, documentation, and support of systems, software, and equipment used in control systems, manufacturing information systems, systems integration, and operational consulting. Click this link for more information about the CAP program.
a) comparison of loop checks to loop diagrams
b) match to purchase order and instrumentation
c) correct quantity of operator manuals received
d) manufacturer and model number
e) none of the above
Receipt verification is a systematic process by which a site verifies that what was specified and ordered is actually what is received. To do this effectively, the person who performs this function will:
Loop checks (answer A) are completed in the same phase of the project (deployment phase), but only after receipt verification and installation tasks are completed. Therefore, A is the correct answer, as it is the only choice that is not part of the receipt verification task.
Reference: Nicholas Sands, P.E., CAP and Ian Verhappen, P.Eng., CAP., A Guide to the Automation Body of Knowledge. To read a brief Q&A with the authors, plus download a free 116-page excerpt from the book, click this link.
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