INSPECTION OF UNITIZED GROUP RATIONS HEAT & SERVE (AND TRAY
RECEIPT INSPECTION INFORMATION
a. Modules that are received should be accompanied by inspection paperwork
from the previous storage/assembly location, or can be retrieved from the appropriate
Lotus Notes database.
b. If this is not the case, to avoid duplication of effort, call the last responsible
unit from which the shipment came for the inspection status.
c. If no current inspection information can be found or Condition Code status
cannot be determined, a full inspection in accordance with this document will be
d. In addition, inspectors shall advise DSCP when products fail to comply with
essential receipt criteria identified in the appropriate monographs.
(1) Notification should be by the most expeditious means when there is a
possibility that warranty action may be initiated.
(2) Inspectors will be provided additional guidance concerning warranty
inspection/actions if required.
ROUTINE INSPECTION PROCEDURES
a. STEP 1: Evaluate Storage Conditions for Sanitation.
Storage conditions vary significantly. At a minimum:
(a) Unitized Group RationsHeat & Serve storage areas should be
clean and dry.
(b) Unitized Group RationsHeat & Serve should be stored on pallets,
not directly on the floor.
The area should be free of pests.