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AS9100C Risk Management Procedure Example

John Broomfield

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You are talking about an undocumented procedure.

Process is the work and procedure is the specified way of carrying out the work.

Procedures may or may not be documented.

Many of us may know what you mean by "undocumented process" but this term further confuses those who are trying to understand the difference between processes and their procedures.



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I pointed out my comments above because Purchasing is audited annually under AS9104/1 and some might think a "procedure" is required. Again, it is up to the organization to demonstrate the effectiveness of the process. Certainly procedures (or Work Instructions) can specify how the process is carried out but ensure your process provides "evidence" of success. Otherwise, defending such a process may leave you in the cold.
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