Whiteboard Discussion: The Importance of DMRs to the Inspector

May 21, 2020

Video Description

Greg Alvarado briefly discusses the importance of damage mechanism reviews (DMRs) to inspectors. DMRs are central to many inspection work processes and they are vital in helping inspectors understand exactly what they are looking for and where they should be looking.

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Posted by Ryan Yang on May 26, 2020
Thanks much for this ... yes, the DMRs are really... Log in or register to read the rest of this comment.

Posted by Roger Stigen on May 14, 2021
Greg Alvarado is a very good instructor and has... Log in or register to read the rest of this comment.

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