A one-time test performed by manufacturer to evaluate the ability of an item to operate correctly as specified.
An established list of standardized products which assures efficiency, economy, compatibility and/or maintenance reliability of MTA purchased products.
A technician who has been determined to be qualified (i.e., meeting some minimun standard) to perform specific duties.
Those inductive or deductive analytical approaches which are oriented toward relative, non-measurable and subjective values. (NTSC)
An open-ended, detailed, or in-depth survey technique, the findings of which are not generally projectable and cannot be summed up by tabulation. TRB)
1. The degree of excellence of a product or service. _x000D_ 2. The degree to whcih a product or service satisfies the needs of a specific customer. _x000D_ 3. The degree to which a product or service conforms with a…
Quality Assurance Program.
Consultant or client engineering inspector authorized to accept or reject materials, systems, structures, components equipment, operations, tests, etc., on the basis of inspection plans.
All those planned and systematic actions necessary to provide adequate confidence that structures, systems, components, parts or material are erected, manufactured or installed in accordance with applicable drawings, specifications and codes.
Specifications that require contractor QC and agency acceptance activities throughout production and placement of a product. Final acceptance of the product is usually based on a statistical sampling of the measured quality level for key quality characteristics.