Automation Design for Portable Instrument Calibration Programs
W. H. Wilkie
It is not possible to present a proper defense in lawsuit with good records. This discussion will address several issues: the activities and policies for which records should be made; the information that should be included in those records; and there will be examples based on actual cases to illustrate their utility in court. Of interest will be the differences among operational, regulatory, and defense programs to which these records may be put, and the period for which they should be retained.
This abstract was presented at the 33rd Annual Midyear Meeting, "Instrumentation, Measurements, and Electronic Dosimetry", Abstracts Session, 1/30/2000 - 2/2/2000, held in Virginia Beach, VA.