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For example, while the Management Responsibility SOP doesn't directly involve the production employee, being in a small company of 10 people, they would still need to be aware of their responsibility to be in charge of their own area of the QMS and any corrective actions should be reported to management for purpose of management review. In this sense, while they are not directly involved in management responsibility and hence do not have to be tested, it makes sense for them to be aware of this. After all, the standard calls for risk-based thinking. At my previous company, everyone from CEO down to the maintenance worker had to take a quiz on design control, which didn't make sense to me if the maintenance person was never gonna be involved in design reviews. Nor does read-only training apply to them either.