g. All instances of noncompliance in the delivery.
h. Any additional information from DD Form 1237 that is requested.
When a product is rejected for noncompliance, a contractor may do one of the
a. Keep the product.
b. Offer the product at a reduced price (price adjustment), subject to acceptance
by the contracting officer.
c. Request a reinspection of the product (formal review) if the USDA performed
the origin inspection. If the contractor performed the origin inspection, the shipment is
NOT subject to formal review. Formal review applies to grade, not to damage.
Section II. THE DD FORM 1237, REPORT OF INSPECTION OF SHELL EGGS
In order for you to be a competent veterinary food inspection specialist, you must
be able to report the findings of your inspection of shell eggs as well as make a valid
inspection of the eggs. In this section, we provide instructions for recording and
reporting results of inspection of shell eggs. The instruction is based on the information
contained in DPSC Subsistence Inspection Manual No. 4155.6, subsection 213.2, and
is directed to completion of DD Form 1237, "Report of Inspection of Shell Eggs." A
separate DD Form 1237 must be completed for each size and grade received.
PREPARATION OF THE REVERSE SIDE OF THE DD FORM 1237
a. General Information. The reverse side of the DD Form 1237 (see figure 4-4) is
utilized as an inspection worksheet for individual sample cases of shell eggs. It must be
completed and kept on file even when there are no nonconformances. If there are
nonconformances, the front side is then also completed and the inspection information
is forwarded to DPSC. The reverse side of the form is divided into two parts by a bold
back line. To the left of the line, egg quality information is recorded and computed.
There are two sets of tolerances involved: Lot Average and Individual Case
Tolerances. To the right of the bold line, six additional tolerances are listed. The Loss
symbols are listed near the bottom of the form. There is also space for inspector