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Guidelines - std10540013
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Guideline to Good Practices for Control and Calibration of Measuring
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Control and Use of M&TE


DOE-STD-1054-93
d)
Expiration date
e)
Applicable procedure number
f)
Building/location
g)
Cost collection account
h)
Noun description
i)
Owner organization
j)
Calibration interval
3.4.2.2
For new equipment, the manager responsible for the equipment,
should assign an appropriate identification number and establish a
maintenance history file (see Section 3.4.6). The history file should
be maintained by the standards laboratory.
3.4.2.3
Each item of M&TE should be marked with a unique identification
number.
XXX
XXX
Group Identification
Unique Identification Number
IAC-Instruments and Control
MNT-Maintenance
Prefixes should be added to the unique identification number in order
to group equipment by type (e.g., G-XXX for gauges or TW-XXX for
torque wrenches).  This designation should be etched into or
permanently attached to the equipment in a manner that should not
interfere with the operation or accuracy of the equipment. When this
designation cannot be attached to the equipment, it shall be attached
to the case with a means of identifying the equipment to the case
(e.g., with color coding).
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