Are you meaning an Sample Control Plan Methodology ?
If so take this in consideration:
For process control and improvement to be effective, a basic understanding of the process must be obtained. A multi-disciplined team should be established to develop the Control Plan by utilizing all the available information to gain a better understanding of the process, such as:
? process flow diagram
? system/design/process failure mode and effects analysis
? special characteristics
? lessons learned from similar parts
? team?s knowledge of the process
? design reviews
The benefits of developing and implementing a Control Plan include:
? Quality ? The control plan methodology reduces waste and improves the quality of products during design, manufacturing and assembly. This structured discipline provides a thorough evaluation of the product and process. Control Plans identify process characteristics and help to identify their sources of variation (input variables), which cause variation in product characteristics (output variables).
? Customer Satisfaction ? Control Plans focus resources on processes and products related to characteristics that are important to your company.
? Communication ? As a living document the Control Plan identifies and communicates changes in the product/process characteristics, control method, and characteristic measurement.