normal inspection

normal inspection

[¦nȯr·məl in′spek·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The number of items inspected as specified by the sampling inspection plan at the outset; if the quality of the product improves, the number of units to be inspected is reduced; if quality deteriorates, the number of units inspected is increased.
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However, we underscore that this work is a normal inspection of a declared facility in Syria, a routine action required by Syria's safeguards agreement, and does not at all address Syria's ongoing non-compliance, nor its continued failure to cooperate with the IAEA to remedy that non-compliance," he went on.
LARKANA -- All the branches of Right Bank Canal of Sukkur Barrage will remain closed due to annual closer from April 01 to April 30, for the purpose of normal inspection, maintenance and necessary repair of the infrastructure.
Iran is "on the right track" and "normal activities of Iran with the agency and (the IAEA's) normal inspection (of Iran's nuclear facilities) is continuing without any difficulty," the report quoted him as saying.
The company also said that the drug supplier would "continue to monitor for the complaint condition through normal inspection and sampling procedures.
And she said that a normal inspection of the mechanism would have identified the problem.
It's not like a normal inspection," said clerk of the course Michael Trickey.
Stupp inspection personnel used the Go/No-Go gauges while they performed their normal inspection procedures.
Yet they will still undergo the normal inspection procedure when cleared to enter the showground.
This one for sure: This guy just earned himself a notice - 100 feet of grass,'' Stevens said as he and dozens of other Los Angeles Fire Department Brush Task Force inspectors scoured the city this week looking for fire hazards two weeks ahead of the normal inspection season.
Normal inspection practices for highway bridges rely almost entirely on visual inspection to evaluate the condition of the bridge.
Since January of this year, we have been using the backs of our normal inspection reports to pass along information about various bacteria, the illnesses and symptoms each kind of bacteria may cause, foods associated with the bacteria, onset times, and, most important, how to prevent foodborne illness.
Mr Hickin said body piercing practitioners were inspected as part of their normal inspection routine and were asked to adhere to a city code of practice for body piercing.