This document is very useful for certain aspects of steam quality testing. However there are serious omissions that in effect mean that you have not validated the steam quality attributes that ensure steam is capable of being used as a sterilizing agent.
Many years ago hospitals’ and clinics were damaging patients by not recognising that dry steam did not sterilise to the same efficacy as wet steam and that none condensable gases could create pockets within an load that did not reach and hold the required sterilising conditions.
A thorough investigation revealed that none condensable gases, steam superheat and steam dryness fraction are all capable of affecting steam’s ability to sterilise 100% of a load 100% of the time. Since these attributes could all be affected by design and or deteriorating, pipes, valves, tanks, nozzles and many other aspects of the steam generation and distribution system, it became mandatory that these attributes were validated on completion of all initial installations and were then subjected to annual re-qualification.
Further details are available here