Table of contents for The quality calibration handbook : developing and managing a calibration program / Jay L. Bucher.

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Part I		Why Calibration Is Critical
Chapter 1	Preventing the Next Great Train Wreck
Chapter 2	Requirements and Standards: What They Really Say	
Part II	The Basics of a Quality Calibration System
Chapter 3	The Basics
Chapter 4	Calibration Procedures
Chapter 5	Calibration Records
Chapter 6	It's Out of Tolerance-Now What?
Chapter 7	Calibration Standards
Chapter 8	Traceability
Chapter 9	Uncertainty
Chapter 10 	Calibration Labels
Part III	Developing a Quality Calibration Program
Chapter 11	Meeting Your Needs and Requirements
Chapter 12	Calibration Environment
Chapter 13	Calibration Scheduling
Chapter 14	Calibration Software
Chapter 15	Calibration Intervals
Part IV	Managing a Quality Calibration Program
Chapter 16	Continuous Process Improvement
Chapter 17 Ethics...The Last Frontier
Chapter 18	Training
Chapter 19	The Audit
Chapter 20	Keeping Your Program Ahead of an Ever-Changing World
Appendix A	Glossary of Terms

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mensuration -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Calibration -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Quality assurance -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.