In Reply to Parent Post by andrewg
You view is the same as mine. We were having some debate over the wording ' operator instructions'. To my mind this means work instructions, however not everyone in my organisation takes this view.
On a recent audit, we had a finding on this very topic. The client had very generic "operator instructions" at each cell, just discussing the steps in each process, and showing pictures. They also had very specific instructions embedded in each specific shop work order/router/job instruction.
The audit team and client agreed it would be appropriate to indicate the SC symbols in that specific shop instruction, but leave it off the very general instruction sheets. It would have no frame of reference pertaining to the SC.
Perhaps that approach could be useful to some of your situations as well.