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    Cool sign off

    I am translating a plan for quality control system implementation and I cannot get throught the following sentence: "Autonomous Production Units sign off work instruction from operators."
    What is the author trying to say? That production units cancel work operation? Is that correct?
    Thanks for your help.


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    Re: sign off

    Sign off can mean to give approval, but that doesn't make a great deal of sense to me. It can mean to log off, which seems more likely here.

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