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DOE-STD-1054-93
3.4.3
Control and Use of M&TE
3.4.3.1
Tagging
3.4.3.1.1
A "calibration" sticker shall be attached to each M&TE
device. This sticker (see example Appendix A, Figure
1) should indicate: (1) date calibration performed
(mo/day/year); (2) badge number of the individual who
calibrated the device; and (3) expiration date
(mo/day/year). The expiration date is determined from
the interval and the date last calibrated.
The
calibration sticker should be removed and replaced
with a new sticker each time the equipment is
calibrated.
3.4.3.1.2
A "restricted use" sticker should be placed on any
equipment requiring special restrictions or precautions
in its use.  This sticker (see example Appendix A,
Figure 2) should be attached in addition to the
calibration sticker and should include (1) equipment
identification number, (2) a statement of the restrictions
that apply, (3) badge number of the individual
attaching the sticker, and expiration date, if applicable,
and (4) the date the sticker is attached.
3.4.3.1.3
A "rejected" sticker should be placed on any equipment
that fails to meet acceptance criteria or is suspected of
being defective. This sticker (see example Appendix
A, Figure 3) should include (1) device identification
number, (2) reason for rejection, (3) badge number of
the individual attaching the sticker.  A "rejected"
sticker may also be used to identify devices that are
not to be used due to the device exceeding the
calibration due date.
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