This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report (continued from previous day's quote):
Please investigate the lack of leak-proof torque witness at PSD. True, (engineering specification), PSD (Process Specification Departure) X-XX section XX.X.X. (which may have been incorporated by now, hopefully) exempts PSD QA from verifying leak-proof torques, "unless specified by the engineering drawing." However, (engineering specification) page X Table X allows an AQL (Acceptable Quality Level) of 0 on leak-proof torques, which means, that in addition to QA having to witness the mechanic do the torque, probably God would also be required to watch too, to meet that AQL. We used to have to witness leak-proof torques that the values of were called out on the drawing, just like...bolt torques, but they killed that requirement without cause (murdered it) near the time of the drawing designated critical torque "no witness" debacle to compromise quality and safety in return for more profits and better "inspector-less" manufacturing flow. See Exhibits AK for two emails from our management on the subject.
The Last Inspector