Sending a Hazardous Material Report (HMR), instead of an aviation Hazard Report, deprives the safety community of long-term trend information, data and documentation useful in mishap prevention.
What does HMR stand for?
HMR stands for Hazardous Material Report
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- Health Marketing Quarterly (est .1983)
- Health Measurement Questionnaire
- Henry Marcus Quackenbush (nutcracker inventor)
- Her Majesty the Queen
- Heteronuclear Multiple Quantum Coherence
- Heteronuclear Multiple-Quantum Correlation
- Heteronuclear Multiple-Quantum Correlation - Total Correlation Spectroscopy (nuclear magnetic resonance technique)
- Her Majesty's Queensland Ship
- Hamrun (postal locality, Malta)
- Hardwood Market Report
- Hazardous Materials Regulations
- Header Manipulation Rule (computing)
- Headquarters Maintenance Requirement
- Headquarters Modification Request
- Health and Medical Record
- Health Management Review (South Africa)
- Heavy Metal Removal (industrial wastewater treatment plants)
- Heavy Metal Rock
- Hierarchical Moderated Regression (decision theory)
- High Moisture Resistance
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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).
regardless of other reports submitted), hazardous material reports, engineering investigations, BASH reports, hazard reports, safety incident report's, mishap data reports, and JAG investigations.