(4) Each component of the sample menus (including all accessory items)
will be opened and inspected. If no Major A or Major B defects are noted and the action
number for minor defects is not exceeded during normal open package inspection, this
phase of the inspection should be considered complete.
Classify each defective by the most serious defect it possesses.
g. STEP 7: Determine if Special Inspection is Required. Special inspection
is required when any action number is reached/exceeded. If a special inspection is
deemed necessary, go to DSCPH 4155.2 Appendix A, Section III for procedures.
h. STEP 8: Determine Disposition.
(1) Disposition based on routine inspection results will be determined when
no Major A or Major B defects were noted or the action number for minor defects
combined has not been reached.
(2) The condition code of a lot may only be downgraded based on special
(3) If deemed necessary, samples may be submitted to the appropriate
supporting laboratory. Place the lot in Condition Code J pending results of the tests.
i STEP 9: Provide Results and Recommendations to the Accountable
(1) Input data to the appropriate Lotus Notes (LN) database, and provide a
copy of the inspection report to the accountable officer.
(2) If Lotus Notes (LN) access is not available, complete DSCP Form 5117,
Operational Rations (figure 3-2 front and back), and
Report of Inspection on
provide a copy of the report to the accountable officer.