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Posted on 16 Oct 2008 11:09 am
Depends upon sampling. If the sampling technique used to undertake the inspections is based on sound demographic analysis then one can obtain a 'true' figure of adequacy/inadequacy by simply scaling up. If inspectors were just taking a 1 in 3 approach ( or one based primarily upon available resource) then the resulting figures are unreliable.
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