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In this lesson, you will learn when to sample, what tests are to be performed, and what is the significance of those
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
To identify and describe essential characteristics of petroleum products, quality
surveillance procedures, laboratory test requirements, significance of lab tests, causes of contamination and
Given all necessary references and this corresponding lesson plan.
Performance will be IAW references.
MIL-HDBK-200, FM 10-67-2, FM 10-67-1, and NAVEDTRA 10833-C.
To have effective petroleum management programs, you must be familiar with quality surveillance procedures,
Quality Surveillance Program.
a. Definition. All measures taken to ensure that petroleum products which have been accepted by the
government as being of the required quality are still of the required quality when delivered to the user. Quality
surveillance includes watching over and caring for products during all storage and handling operations, following
to handling procedures and methods designed to protect quality, and examining and testing of products in storage
and on change of custody.