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An ISO 9001 nonconformance to that judgment and experience indicate is not likely to result in the failure of the quality system or reduce its ability to assure controlled processes or products.
A failure in some part of the supplier's documented quality system relative to ISO 9000, or
A single observed lapse in following one item of the company's quality system.
A nonconformance that is not of the severity indicated by the definition of major nonconformances, above, but which must be actioned.
LRQA calls this a Continuous Improvement point. They discourage talk about 'major' and 'minor' nonconformances.
ISO 19011 - Quality and Environmental Management Systems Auditing
The. Deming PDCA Cycle
8-D Problem Solving
Error Proofing (Poka Yoke)
Lead Time Reduction
Process Capability - Cp vs. Cpk
Process Loop Animation
Taguchi Loss Function
Fishbone / Cause and Effects Animation