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Layered Process Audits - Getting Results? Show me the data!

Russ

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Re: Layered Process Audits - Getting Results?


A company should never have to prepare for an audit, such as an ISO 9001 or customer audit, but many have to because they let things go out of control. If a company has to prepare for an audit, systems are knowingly not being followed.
This is the way I have prepared for audits for several years. If your system has matured correctly it doesn't require "cleaning up" things for the audit.:cool:
 

xfngrs

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#12
Re: Layered Process Audits - Getting Results?

From what I have read in the Cove, it seems that one really has to have a good grasp of the LPA process and how to do one properly/effectively to make a difference. I'll admit, our audit team does not completely understand the LPA deal. Everyone has commented on how they feel that they are not performing an effective audit by following the LPA process of auditing.
Is there a recommended/good book or video or canned training package of some sort for self-training?
All I know is that Chrysler offers a session with the supplier training sessions they hold a few times a year.
 
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