The Receiving Inspection Report Template deals with rejection, discrepancies, and disposition. At the receiving holding area, each shipment should be unpacked and all items piece counted and matched to the packing list. If a packing list is not available, complete Part I of PUR104-2 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION REPORT.
Any count discrepancies will be noted on the packing list or the Receiving Inspection Report Template, signed and forwarded to the Purchasing Manager. The Purchasing Manager will then follow-up with the vendor to resolve the shipping discrepancy. If there is a non-conformance discrepancy, the suspect goods will be red-tagged and separated (quarantined) from other inventory and immediately taken to the quality control hold area for disposition.
If only partial goods in the shipment are of non-conformance, the accepted goods should be noted on the paperwork and stocked per above procedure. Complete PUR104-2 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION REPORT for any rejected parts. The Quality Control Manager will review and authorize all rejections and complete Part II of the report.