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Konrad A. Fuetter
posted 29 November 2000 02:57 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I am currently trying to write the new procedures for TS-016: "Impact on Society", Sections and and wondering if anybody has a sample procedure.

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posted 11 December 2000 06:02 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

1: Define how you minimize potential risks to internal and external customers. (Product Realization?, FMEA? Control Plans, Job Insructions? etc...)

2: Define how potential product safety concerns are promoted to the company. (Training? Instructions? Visual Aids? etc...)

Document the process through either procedure or referenced instructions.

1: Define how applicable govenrmental regulations are determined.

2: Define how these regulations are documented and relayed to the organization.

3: Define how applicable regulations interface with the document control, revision levels, and retention times.

Do you need a procedure? No
Do you need a process? Yes

Most companies I work with include this section as part of contract review and product realization processes. A search of the FTP section on this sight should give you additional ideas.

Also, don't limit yourself from looking at this topic from a non-automotive aspect. There are many other industries that also have safety and environmental requirements.

Good Luck! Any other comments from members!

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posted 12 December 2000 10:55 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I have found it better to write my own procedures and processes than to copy it. That way I learn it.

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Keep it simple and include them as part of Contract Review and/or Product Realization. These topics could easily be documented by some sort of chechsheet and possibly have supporting work instructions.


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