Approved Vendor List ISO Template | QP1120-1

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easily editable in ms wordApproved Vendor List ISO Template

The Procurement Manager should maintain a QP1120-1 APPROVED VENDOR LIST, to contain information on vendors that have demonstrated they are capable of meeting the company’s quality and other requirements. The Approved Vendor List ISO Template should include, at a minimum:

  • Vendor name
  • Vendor item ID/part number
  • Vendor ID
  • Vendor certifications
  • Vendor contact information
  • Scope of registration, and more.

The Approved Vendor List ISO Template may be organized by vendor, product name, order number, or by any other item of key information. When a vendor has proved during its probationary period that it is capable of meeting requirements, the Procurement Manager should add it to the list.

Disqualified vendors should be removed from the QP1120-1 APPROVED VENDOR LIST (or may be changed to “removed” status) and the date of disqualification/removal noted only when a suitable replacement is identified, from which the company begins receiving material. The Procurement Manager shoud notify a removed/disqualified vendor of its status in writing; a copy of the disqualification notice should be placed in that vendor’s file.

Approved Vendor List ISO TemplateApproved Vendor List ISO Template Details

Pages: 01
Words: 39
Format: Microsoft Word 2013 (.docx)
Language: English
Manual: Quality Assurance Policy Statement and Procedures
Procedure: ISO Supplier Evaluation Procedure QP1120
Type: Log

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  1. Christopher Nettles

    The ISO standards I am most familiar with (9001 and 13485) use the term “Supplier”. I believe words matter, and we should avoid confusion with the words we choose. Therefore, shouldn’t this template be titled “Approved Supplier List ISO Template | QP1120-1”?

    • Chris Anderson (store manager)

      The most recent version of ISO 9001:2015 standard changed the term “supplier” to “external Provider” to extend the scope to include processes, products, and services such as consulting, software development — including system integration and application service providers (ASPs) — and other services. Since ISO 9001 is used by a wide range of organizations like Governments, schools, and hospitals, the intent was to widen the scope beyond traditional raw material “suppliers” found in manufacturing.

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