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If operating instructions call for operator inspection, the Quality Assurance Manager should provide inspection instructions and an operator checklist based on product requirements, using QP1140-1 INSPECTION/TESTING CHECKLIST for guidance. The Quality Assurance Manager should fill out the Inspection-Testing Checklist ISO Template for the part to be inspected (based on inspection requirements, key characteristics, etc.) and assign the inspection.
The Quality Assurance Manager should include a detailed description/explanation of the inspection as needed and attach the description, inspection records, etc., to the checklist. The inspector should inspect the item (part, component, etc.) for conformance to all requirements stated on the QP1140-1, checking the box in the “I” (inspected) column after each requirement. If the inspector tests for conformance, the “T” (tested) column must be checked.
If the item fails to meet a requirement, the inspector should indicate in the “Comments” section which of the listed requirements was not met (referencing the requirement number on the form) and include an explanation. The inspector/tester should sign and date the QP1140-1 INSPECTION/TESTING CHECKLIST, indicating whether the part passed or failed inspection/tests, and submit the checklist to the Quality Assurance Manager.