Risk Anlysis for Evaluating then Voiding or Not Issuing CPAR's

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bbelden

risk anlysis for evaluating then voiding/ not issuing CPAR's

I have tasked with drafting a policy for determining when to not issue a Corrective action request and when to voids/cancel existing ones. :p

Any sugestions on or guidelines to follow?:bigwave:
 

Marc

Fully vaccinated are you?
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This is an old one which obviously was missed at the time. Sorry!

I have seen this many times so I thought I'd dredge it up briefly.

I'm not swure if you can come up with a simple policy but written guidelines would be nice. What I have seen is typically some guidelines but the borderline cases are simploy a decision made by the person responsible for issuing and/or accepting or rejecting corrective action responses. This is because many times the situation is so unique.

I have seen many companies fall into the trap of: <ol><li>requiring corrective actions for practically anything and everything and ending up with a pile which never are addressed, and<li>I have also seen it where those generated were appropriate but getting people to follow through is next to impossible with the same result - a pile which will never see the light of day.</ol>
Registration to ISO 9K or an equivalent such as TS 16949 should help ensure the pile doesn't exist (or doesn't grow) by forcing management to act.

I can't tell you where to set the 'limit' or how to determine where to set it without more details, but if anyone wants to post some specifics we can discuss
 
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