Document Requirements for IATF (Product Audit)

Documents to Review for IATF (Product Audit)

  • QA-SOP-04 Control of Nonconforming Product Procedure

  • Document Revision Number

  • Is document in Controlled Library?

  • QA-SOP-01 Product Audit Standard Operating Procedure

  • Document Revision Number

  • Is document in Controlled Library?

  • Material Review Board Detail

  • Document Revision Number

  • Is document in Controlled Library?

  • Quality Technician Training Matrix

  • Document Revision Number

  • Is document in Controlled Library?

  • QA-WI-32901IQ Entering data in Quick Inspect

  • Document Revision Number

  • Is document in Controlled Library?

  • QA-WI-025 Line Audit Inspection

  • Document Revision Number

  • Is document in Controlled Library?

  • QA-WI-016 Containment of NCM or Suspect Material Work Instructions

  • Document Revision Number

  • Is document in Controlled Library?

Requirements of IATF (Product Audit)

Per ISO 9001:2015 7.5.3.2 A The control of documented information shall address the following activities, distribution, access, retrieval, and use.

  • Look for Work instructions, Inspect data in quick inspect documented and controlled through IQMS.

Per IATF 16949 8.5.1.3.D The organization shall perform first-off/last-off part validation.

  • Look for First and last piece audits documented in IQMS Quick Inspect, records retained indefinitely.

Per ISO 9001:2015 7.2.D The organization shall retain appropriate documented information as evidence of competence.

  • Review the Training records maintained for Quality Technician Training, Is there a training matrix for all personnel authorized to audit product?

5.2.2 & 7.3.A Communicating the quality policy: The quality policy shall: b) be communicated, understood and applied within the organization.

  • Ask the interviewee if they know the policy and objectives and/or if they know where it is posted. (They do not have to know it word for word. Just need to know where it is)

Per ISO 9001:2015 8.7.1 The organization shall ensure that outputs that do not conform to their requirements are identified and controlled to prevent their unintended use or delivery.

  • Look for product marked with hold tags, scanned to MRA and MRB created.

Flow Audit of Product (Product Audit)

Process 1

  • Is the correct resin placed at the press? Does it correctly match the Work Order/ Bill of Material?

Process 2

  • Do the temperatures and speed correctly match the process set up sheets?

Process 3

  • Has the First Article passed the Quick Inspect?

Process 4

  • Does the part quantity in the container correctly match the Work Instruction?

Process 5

  • Does the label on the container match the Work Order and/or Work Instruction?

Process 6

  • Does the part quantity on pallet match the Work Order and/or Work Instruction?

Process 7

  • Has the pallet been scanned to the correct location in the warehouse?

Process 8

  • Has the pallet been correctly scanned to the Bill of Laden?

Process 9

  • Has the pallet been loaded to the truck properly?

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