The Identification Traceability Procedure AS9100 outlines the content and format requirements for identification and caution labels attached to products. The procedure applies to all products manufactured, distributed, or sold by the company. (6 pages, 1132 words)
The Receiving Manager is responsible for identifying raw materials, parts, components, etc., as they are delivered to the company, confirming completeness and initial acceptability of incoming orders, and for moving inspected items to their appropriate storage areas.
The Manufacturing Manager is responsible for maintaining parts, components, materials, and finished product identification through final processing and packaging.
Identification Traceability AS9100 Definitions:
Finished product – Product that will undergo no further processing or transformation within the company.
Material – Elements, constituents, or substances of which something is composed or can be made, including, but not limited to, raw and processed material, parts, components, assemblies, fuels, and other items which may be worked into a more finished form in performance of a contract.
Traceability – Ability to trace history, application, or location of something (document, work product, part, subassembly, etc.) by means of recorded information.