Fully vaccinated are you?
I agree.Originally posted by Randy
Whoever unregistered is he's right on there too. A list of the required elements with the corresponding documentation meets what you need at a minimum. IMO
> The one for D&D addressed "Linkage of procedures/work
> instructions. The auditor wanted to see back and forth
> linkage between the manual, procedures, work instructions
> and forms.
I don't have a problem with a flow down, but a 'flow up' where a lower level document calls out a higher level document is a danger sign to me. The reason is it can put a company in the position where every time a low level document changes it could trigger a change in the upper level document. Keep it simple - flow down, not up. Flow ups generally cause problems which is why I have clients go through a document mapping process to ensure all the linkages are correct.
I guess if an auditor challanged me on not having 'flow ups' where a lower level document calls out a higher level document, or where they point to each other I'd switch to the old stand-by: "Show me where it says I have to do it this way...."