Greetings! I came here to seek help answering a recent problem we ran into in my calibration group. We hired a new guy who put the wrong due date on a piece of temp measurement equipment. Being that he's new I thought I would help him out and put a new sticker on the equipment with his initials and the correct due date figuring the cal cert is where the proper documentation lives along with traceability. More training would ensue. Well he got all bent out of shape, went to the supervisor and screamed "falsification of documentation." I've had inspectors ask me to put calibration stickers on equipment with other peoples initials on it so I thought this would be fine. Their reasoning was that you are only indicating who performed the calibration. The resolution was to indicate on the sticker that you were involved in the calibration like "D.G. for R.M." I still disagree with this since I had nothing to do with the actual calibration. If anyone has some input here I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!