Inspection Guidelines


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The inspection guidelines were developed by the ECG Quality Working Group to  be used in conjunction with the ECG Operations Quality Manuals and also the Global Damage Codes. They are to be used to help assess damage during vehicle handovers.

The main purpose is to help provide a consistent standard for inspection of vehicles throughout the supply chain.

Translations of the document will arrive shortly.

Click here to download the Inspection Guidelines