As technology has progressed, the pressures and temperatures of liquids in piping systems have drastically increased. These pressurized liquids are capable of containing enormous amounts of stored energy, and therefore the piping carrying them needs to be regulated to ensure the personnel safety. Piping codes and standards are the first line in protecting people from these dangers, but the attention to detail and quality checks of the personnel constructing and operating these systems are crucial to safe operation.
"Explain the necessity of a quality assurance program.
Explain the difference between codes and standards.
Explain the purpose of standardization.
Describe the purpose of piping codes and standards."
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