The Quality Assurance Manager should record found nonconformities (e.g., no FAI report for a new part) on the Receiving Inspection Report ISO Template, review the event/situation and place those products “on hold. QP1210-3 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION REPORT covers information regarding receiving, inspection, and rejected parts disposition. Regardless of that determination, the Quality Assurance Manager should submit a copy of the report to the Procurement Manager and the Procurement Manager should maintain this record for vendor evaluation.
The Quality Assurance Manager should tag acceptable items and notify Receiving to update inventory and place items into stock. Quality tags should indicate part number (and other identifiers, if needed) and date of acceptance. The Quality Assurance Manager should periodically review and analyze reports for nonconformities and trends. If found nonconformities, trends, or occurrences suggest a need for corrective action, the Quality Assurance Manager should ensure that any such action is taken.
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