The Aerospace Calibration Record AS9100 Template should be used by The Quality Assurance Manager to document calibrations and maintain records pertaining to calibration, gage repeatability, and reproducibility of data. Each AS1180-1 CALIBRATION RECORD should include, at a minimum, a unique equipment identifier (e.g., equipment name and ID), calibration date, calibration method, standard used, condition of equipment as received, any adjustments or repairs required, calibration measurement data, and identification of the person or company performing the calibration. The Quality Assurance Manager should retain calibration records in accordance with AS1010 QUALITY RECORDS.
It is the responsibility of everyone using the measuring and test equipment to alert the Quality Assurance Manager in the event of accidental damage or any irregularities between calibrations. Where possible, monitoring and measuring equipment must be protected from any adjustment which would invalidate the calibration. Where test software is used as a form of inspection or testing, it will be checked to prove it is capable of performing the required verification of product acceptability and will be rechecked (reevaluated) at prescribed intervals. Records of the initial check and scheduled rechecks will be maintained in the Aerospace Calibration Record.