Re: TS 16949 Clause 188.8.131.52 - Internal Laboratory - need clarification
Good day morteza,
In general the requirement to "specify and implement technical requirements for adequacy of laboratory procedures" involves the perspective of ensuring the laboratory procedures adequately address the factors needed to perform the tests. This means adequate equipment to perform the tests listed by the scope, physical environment (mainly humidity and temperature), calibration, dealing with measurement error, etc.
Meanwhile, "specifying and implementing technical requirements for testing of the product" is addressing the test procedures themselves, which are specific to the product and its requirements which are being evaluated in the lab.
Does this make sense?
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