• Tool #

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Personnel

Error Proof Verification

  • Verify the list of all error proofing devices( including location ) is available.

  • Verify all the error proofing devices are clearly identified.

  • Verify the documentation of the error proofing verification is completed as per defined frequency. Verify Fixture Verification & Process Verification sheets.

  • Verify the fixture appear to be working properly including error proofing performed.<br>

  • Verify the documented reaction plan is available for each error proofing device failure. Review Quality Inspector Daily Inspection log for reaction plan.

Packaging and Labeling

  • Verify empty containers are clean and not damaged, previous labels are removed(if applicable at the work station

  • Verify the parts are packed as per the packaging instruction, if alternate packaging used, verify the alternate packaging instructions

  • Verify the containers are labeled as per the labeling instructions, and label match to the master label

  • Verify no loose labels on the work stations

Storage and Receiving Inspection

  • Verify stored material, color conc., stored properly and covered to avoid contamination. And verify inspection status on Gaylord (look for QC Approved stamp)

  • Verify the material analysis certificate, Color conc. Certificate, and color Plaque available for current manufacturing material/color conc. Lot. And receiving log/CMS system/Silo log updated. See Rec Inspector.

  • Verify supplier NCMR log status for the open supplier issues. See Quality Tech

  • Verify the receiving inspection status ( red, yellow, and Green) updated, and available. See Rec Inspector

  • Verify components, WIP are stored as per the identified rows, No Damaged boxes, and FIFO is followed

New Employee Audit Questions (refer to matrix for newest op - highest clock #)

  • Safety: is the employee wearing appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) like safety glasses, cut proof gloves if trimming, hearing protection, hair nets (if applicable)?

  • Does the operator know the location of the first piece and purpose of the first piece? (First piece should be used as a reference for any quality concerns)

  • Is the operator performing the job as per operator instructions and do they know where their instructions are? (Review 5 parts being built to see if operator is building in sequence to the Operator Instruction)

  • Does the employee know what to do in case of fire? (Ask questions and verify if they know where the nearest exit is and evacuation assembly area is)

  • Does the employee know what to do in case of tornado? (Ask questions and verify if they know where the nearest evacuation assembly area is)

  • Does the employee know what to do if there is a spill? (Ask them what do they do if a spill occurs that they cannot contain, supposed to notify supervisor)

  • Does the operator know what to do in case defective parts are running and what to do with the defective parts? (Turn the red andon light on if 3 parts in a row or 5/hr and place defective parts in the red bin)

Signature of Auditor

  • Signature of Auditor at completion of audit

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