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Control plans for Incoming, Warehouse and Shipping process

qusys

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Where can I find some examples of Control plans for Incoming, Warehouse and Shipping processes?
I am in the stage to prepare something but I would like to see some material in this sense, just to get some ideas on controls .
No matter the business. If just want to share or address me, I will appreciate as usual.:bigwave:
 
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Where can I find some examples of Control plans for Incoming, Warehouse and Shipping processes?
I am in the stage to prepare something but I would like to see some material in this sense, just to get some ideas on controls .
No matter the business. If just want to share or address me, I will appreciate as usual.:bigwave:
Before you develop a control plan, you and your team should develop a Flow diagram and a process FMEA first. It will show you what the significant / special characteristic that you have to control.

Receiving control plan often include material certification, certain significant drawing characteristics.

Warehouse: usually not.

Shipping: could include labeling verification / readability of barcodes.

Again, develop a FMEA, then you know what to control.
 

qusys

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Before you develop a control plan, you and your team should develop a Flow diagram and a process FMEA first. It will show you what the significant / special characteristic that you have to control.

Receiving control plan often include material certification, certain significant drawing characteristics.

Warehouse: usually not.

Shipping: could include labeling verification / readability of barcodes.

Again, develop a FMEA, then you know what to control.
Thk you, Kales.
It is what I have done with process flow including FMEA . Personnel are not so accustomed, so it is very difficult to direct them.
however i have considered what you suggested. We also included warehouse because there coul happen problem in mixing material.
However if there is some completed example to see, it could be helpful for me to show during an awareness and benchmarking session:bigwave:
 
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Hi all,

Have a few questions here regarding the incoming inspection control plan.
My company is subcontractor. All critical dimensions stated in the drawing are done and performed by supplier. So, at incoming inspection, not all critical dimensions are being measured, measurement only performed at certain dimension. In the Incoming Inspection control plan, how should I justify the characteristics of the product which I measured? If I put as per drawing, which is critical dimension, another question will arise, why are measurements of certain dimensions not being performed?
Is that necessary to put the term in the special characteristics column?
 
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Jim Wynne

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Hi all,

Have a few questions here regarding the incoming inspection control plan.
My company is subcontractor. All critical dimensions stated in the drawing are done and performed by supplier. So, at incoming inspection, not all critical dimensions are being measured, measurement only performed at certain dimension. In the Incoming Inspection control plan, how should I justify the characteristics of the product which I measured? If I put as per drawing, which is critical dimension, another question will arise, why are measurements of certain dimensions not being performed?
Is that necessary to put the term in the special characteristics column?
If the critical dimensions are being measured and recorded by your supplier, there isn't necessarily any need for you to measure them again. You should have the supplier's documentation (inspection reports) of the measurements done. You should also have some form of evidence that justifies foregoing redundant inspections--historical data from the supplier, audit results, etc.
 
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vallesj

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I am just doing an specific PFD, PFMEA and CP for a receiving (including store), inspection before ship, and shipping process. This is my first work on actually doing the documents instead of review them, so I am not sure If everything I am doing is correct, specially for the Control Plan. Flow chart, no brain science; PFMEA I took AIAG training so I feel pretty comfortable; Control Plan is that item I don't feel so confident since it is not a manufacturing location many of the usual product characteristics or control methods are something different. Probably I am describing the process as most detailed as possible so that it can really help us identify areas for improvement, specially to avoid damage during transportation and avoid mixing of material.
Please share what you have with us, so that I can review it as SQE and provide input, and at the same time will help me benchmark with what I am helping to prepare for my company.
 
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