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The spindle horn is a critical safety item so follow every step like it says in WP 0560 00 of TM 1-1520-237-23-7 when removing it.
The bearings are a critical safety item, used in the swashplate assembly of the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.
Army, the Engine Services Division used these lessons learned from the experience to develop and implement four key processes and procedures: a Manufacturing Process Plan, a Critical Safety Item, Government Property Control, and Production Scheduling program.
1970 - A ductile iron steering knuckle, a critical safety item, is introduced on Chevrolet's Cadillac automobile.
leading several reduction of total ownership cost projects and providing metrics, risk management, and reliability analysis for critical safety items programs.
The benefits of JDRS are significant, and they include: * Improved quality of material and readiness * Enhanced visibility of deficiency reports across all services * Increased visibility of critical safety items throughout the aeronautical enterprise * Reduced total ownership cost and cycle time * Partnered efforts between government and industry * Improved exhibit inventory management and management metrics * Automated routing of deficiency reports and ease of use The various JDRS deficiency reports includes: product quality deficiency reports (PQDRs); engineering investigations (EIs); material deficiency reports(MDRs); acceptance inspection deficiency reports (AIDRs); and hazardous material reports (HMRs).
The vehicle's brake system is its most critical safety item but brakes wear out and eventually need replacement.
QUALITY CONTROL OF AVIATION CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS AND RELATED SERVICES (DFARS CASE 2003-D101) Finalizes, with changes, the interim rule published in DFARS Change Notice 20040917 to implement statutory requirements for quality control in the procurement, modification, repair, and overhaul of aviation critical safety items.