MIL-STD-120 replacement? Calibration Work Instructions refer to MIL-STD-120
Hi - 1st time poster here -
I'm a new QA manager currently reviewing all of the companies calibration procedures. We're working toward getting registered to 9001:2008 (hopefully in a few months)
During the documentation review I'm trying to be thorough, and verify all of the "referenced documents" within each work instruction. I have found that a number of calibration work instructions refer to MIL-STD-120. MIL-STD-120 was cancelled and not replaced or superceded.
For most of the gage work instructions, I have been able to find an appropriate (currently released) standard (either ANSI, or ASME, etc.) and have updated the work instructions, released and retrained accordingly.
For others (such as "Angle Plates" for example), I can't seem to locate a currently released "accepted standard" to reference in the work instruction in place of MIL-STD-120.
My question is not necessarily about "angle plates" per se - it is more general - Is it ok to reference the MIL-STD-120 in a currently released work instruction even though the referenced standard has been cancelled, and it has not been replaced or superceded?
If not - Suggestions? I'm at a loss on this one.
or am I overdoing it?