Standard, Purpose and Scope

  • Standard: NAM CARs Part 145.02.5 (b), WAM MOE 2.5

  • Purpose: To ensure that all tools and equipment that requires calibration are correctly calibrated and records are maintained.

  • Scope: Technical Library and Tool Store

1 Record Keeping

  • 1.1 Is there a list for all calibrated tools and equipment?

  • 1.2 Is the calibrated tools and equipment list up to date?

  • 1.3 Is there a file for calibration certificates for each calibrated tool/equipment?

  • 1.4 Is each certificate issued by an accredited authority?

  • 1.4.1 Does the certificates show the following:
    Part Number of the equipment
    Serial Number of the equipment
    Standard used to test or calibrate equipment
    Name of Organization
    Accreditation of test facility
    Name, signature and stamp of person certifying test or calibration

  • 1.5 Does the person responsible for the calibrated equipment list, check it at least once a month?

  • 1.5.1 Is there a record of the monthly checks of the calibrated equipment list?

  • 1.6 Are the records kept for a minimum of 5 years?

2 Tool Store

  • 2.1 Is each tool kept in a dedicated place?

  • 2.2 Is there a system to control the issuing of each tool to an engineer? Tool Tag or Tool Register?

  • 2.3 Is there an expiry date indicated on each calibrated equipment?

  • 2.4 Is a correction table issued with each torque wrench?

  • 2.5 Is there a system to check if any tools that are out, returned in a timely manner?

General Observations and Recommendations

  • Observations

  • Recommendations


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