(d) Maximum deviation from control point.
(e) Cause of deviation.
o. Good Housekeeping Practices.
Good housekeeping practices will be
followed at all times within the laboratory.
There should be no visible
accumulation of dust on or under work benches or on such things as cabinets,
will be avoided. Adequate space will be provided within the laboratory so
that equipment may be properly and effectively utilized.
A cleaning room
located outside of the laboratory will be utilized to remove dust and
filtered air supply is a necessity in the laboratory.
filters must be changed in accordance with local preventive maintenance
schedules to assure proper filtration and air flow. Housekeeping monitoring
will be conducted periodically by laboratory managers and corrective action
taken as required.
p. SUMMARY. The mechanic that uses a torque wrench when tightening a
troubleshooting a radar depends upon his instruments to perform the way they
instruments are reliable and accurate. He is part of the team required to
maintain the standards for both plant and equipment.
standards laboratory is part of everyone's job.
This paragraph provides guidance and procedures, applicable to the
visual inspection, and intercomparison of measurement standards that are
shipped to and calibrated by the USASL, the NBS, or by an off-post
performed on measurement standards requiring calibration by the USASL or
another off-post calibration activity. These test are performed to assure
that standards have not been damaged or degraded during shipment from the
records, and followup actions are as follows:
a. Visual Inspection.
(1) All measurement standards will be visually inspected upon return
from the supporting calibration activity.
(2) Visual inspections will be sufficient to assure that no physical
damage occurred during shipment which would impair operation of