Standard Inspection Procedure

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An example of a SIP - MIL-STD-105 D Quick reference Table, TABLE I and TABLE IIA

A standard inspection procedure (or sometimes just 'SIP'[1][2]) is a process by which a number of variables may be checked for compliance against a set of rules. SIPs are used by various organizations including the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA)[3][4] and the U.S. Department of Defense.[5][6]


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