For minor product/process changes or for changes to documentation only, Engineering may elect to implement the change by issuing an Engineering Change Notice ISO Template. QP1110-1 ENGINEERING CHANGE NOTICE covers the model or part number, description of change, assemblies affected, reason for change, and more. On reviewing design changes, Design Engineers should issue an Engineering Change Notice.
Engineering should complete Part I of the Engineering Change Notice ISO Template, obtain the appropriate authorization(s), enter the change in the Product Development file/database, and assign a change number for tracking, logging, and filing purposes. The Design Change team should record verification and validation information in Part II of QP1110-1 ENGINEERING CHANGE NOTICE.
Design Engineers should complete Part III after verification and validation are complete, to ensure that product-related documentation affected by the change is appropriately updated in a timely manner. Design Engineers should have overall responsibility for coordinating, scheduling, and executing documentation changes with Document Control. All design changes should be adequately communicated and documented and implemented within the specified time frame.
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