Can someone give me an ISO or QS interpretation definition of what is a "Controlled and Uncontrolled Copy" I would like to know when a company should consider what they must control and what they can consider for reference use only.
I like this alot. I also include in the scope of our document control procedures a statement to the effect that we only control living (revisable) documents. This stems from years ago; a PJ auditor and I "debated" the necessity to control things like a decimal/millimeter equivalent chart - no, I'm not kidding.Marc said:Any document from which you 'make engineering or other business decisions' (including mfg, etc.) has to be controlled...Any document from which you DO NOT make engineering or business decisions does NOT have to be controlled.