Daily Inspection / Final Inspection / GP-12 Inspection / Gage Check

  • Verify the inspection criteria and frequency of the inspection checks match as per control plan.
    Verify the documentation related to Daily inspection sheet /log completed properly including lot numbers for all components recorded
    Verify inspection methods include Touch, Listen, and Count for quality checks

  • Verify the inspection area have adequate lighting

  • Verify the reaction plan appropriate for the inspection findings. Refer to Inspector Daily Inspection Log

  • Verify the inspection methodology includes point, touch, listen and count etc. and check the inspection is performed as per the defined instructions.

  • Verify the Gage & Gage nest is cleaned, calibrated, variable /attribute gages are present and not damaged ( Verify the calibration/certification sticker) (see Quality Tech to confirm calibration sheet has traceability for instrument used during calibration/verification)

  • Verify the Gage instructions are available and tolerance are defined on the control plan/gage instruction and data meets defined tolerances.

  • Verify the SPC log history for any out of tolerance( under or above tolerance). See Quality Engineer for data

  • Verify highest scrap is logged on the Communication Board for each shift. Verify Monthly charts are posted.

  • Quality Concern Charts are updated, Posted in Production meeting area

  • Review the posted charts of top defects (What are the top defects and what is next issue to be worked on). Refer to CI Board

  • Review Red Rabbits for tool being audited and confirm they are all signed and dated. Date must be within the last 6 months.


  • Verify the tool and Fixture PM completed as per the schedule. No past due for tools and fixtures.

  • Verify the daily / Weekly/monthly /Quarterly PMs for machine, robot, conveyor. Thermolaters, fire extinguishers, eye wash, hilos, cranes etc.
    Verify two PM books for completeness.

  • Verify Chemicals are identified, stored and handled properly as per SDS

  • Is Used Oil storage area clean and organized? - Oily rags in an empty colorant drum lined with a plastic bag and placed on a pallet? - Used oil stored on top of grated area? - Work instructions posted?

  • Verify the critical spare parts are identified and review the list for availability of spare parts.

  • Is the Universal Waste Storage Area organized and all waste properly stored? Verify waste is dated and prevented from accidental damage.

  • Screw safe guarding is in place?

Signature of Auditor

  • Signature of Auditor at completion of audit

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