MOC Form

  • A MOC form is used by most companies to guide employees through the procedure
  • Most MOC procedures utilize a MOC form to document the review and authorization of all changes.
  • The form will be coupled with support documentation such as drawings and equipment specifications as needed for the safety review.
  • The package will at all times remain intact and be routed to all reviewers and endorsers.
  • The form ensures that no steps or signatures are skipped in the MOC process
  • The MOC form should include:
  • Description, purpose, and tech. basis for the change
  • Assigned level of risk
  • Safety, Environmental, and Health impacts
  • Necessary time period for the change
  • Authorization for the proposed change

Interfaces with the PSSR program