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Rea
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posted 10 April 2000 04:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rea     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
For ISO 9000 it was easy to prepare a list of quality records. Just list each time 4.16 was called out.For QS9000 it's not so obvious eg in glossary Labortory Scope is called a quality record. Does anyoe have complete list that could be used as a comparison?

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One of the first things I have a client do is inventory its forms and procedures. As the systems are developed and/or documented each should internally define what the quality records are. An example is purchasing. I would expect a purchasing procedure to define a purchase order as a quality record.

The old 'test' was to ask if the document being considered 'affects quality'. While this seems at first blush to be quite vague, it's really not. A purchase order, for example, defines product requirements for (to) your supplier. Inspection and test records obviously are quality records. Outputs from design testing (validation) are as well.

While there are some 'common' quality records every company has (such as purchase orders), companies typically have quite a few specific ones.

Just ask yourself : Does this document / record affect the quality of the product?

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If you send me an email request (yours is not in your profile) - I'll send you a sample of mine. It may not be all-inclusive, but it will point you in the proper direction.

Email is in my profile.

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posted 19 April 2000 05:59 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc Smith   Click Here to Email Marc Smith     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
You might also get some ideas from:
Elsmar.com/pdf_files/Doc_Matrix.pdf

There you'll see controlled documents which become controlled records all on the same sheet.

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