This is a legal form that was released by the Georgia Department of Transportation - a government authority operating within Georgia (United States). As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is OMR-CVP-2?
A: OMR-CVP-2 is a set of procedures for verifying weighing devices used in the testing of materials.
Q: What is AASHTO M 231?
A: AASHTO M 231 is a standard test method used for determining the water content of soil by oven drying.
Q: What is the purpose of these procedures?
A: The purpose of these procedures is to ensure accuracy in weighing devices used for material testing.
Q: Why is it important to verify weighing devices?
A: Verifying weighing devices is important to ensure accurate measurement of materials, which is crucial for reliable test results.
Q: What does OMR stand for?
A: OMR stands for Office of Materials and Research.
Q: What do these procedures cover?
A: These procedures cover the verification process for weighing devices used in the testing of materials.
Q: Who should follow OMR-CVP-2?
A: Anyone involved in material testing using weighing devices in Georgia, United States should follow OMR-CVP-2 procedures.
Q: What is AASHTO?
A: AASHTO stands for American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, an organization that develops and publishes standards for the transportation industry.
Q: Are these procedures specific to Georgia only?
A: Yes, these procedures are specific to the state of Georgia, United States.
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