(We just recently got re-registered to the AS-9100C standard and I am now doing some much needed ?spring Cleaning? to our 18 year old band-aided, duct taped, patch worked quality manual!)
I need some help with this one:
Here is a basic example of the typed data contained on one of our QM ?templates? that we use to fill in information for various jobs. So this is printed out, then I would fill in the blanks for the particular job. It then goes into the job router for that job ? where it stays.
Horizontal Band Saw Setup Sheet
Description of operation_________________
This is just one example of about 35 other ?templates? similar to this one in our QM. To me, after it gets filled out, it would be a work instruction. My question though is can/should I call the blank ?template? a work instruction?
For the last 18 years, per our original consultant, these have all been labeled as records ? which I believe is wrong, because there isn?t any inspection data, PO#, Job#, etc. on the template (that info gets put onto a separate record).
So, I feel I should re-label all of these to something other than a ?record? ? I want to try and get it right this time!
Thanks in advance for any help someone would give us on this!