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  • Site conducted

JL FEM Production LPA

  • Date

  • Your Name

  • Select a work area

  • Select the JL FEM workstation or cell/area

  • Select the JL/JT Carrier work station

  • Which shift are you auditing?

  • Name of operator at station

  • JL FEM - MGT SF 092-2 LPA Form Rev 0 content 11/16/18


  • High Risk - Verify the "Critical Safety/Quality" section of the OK to Produce Process was completed for this operation

  • Audit one of the following items from the OK to Produce for this process to verify compliance (Quality/Safety Alerts [no expired alerts posted], Training Matrix, First Piece Approval, In Process Verification). If a NC is found, alert the Production and Dept. Manager immediately.

  • High Risk - Verify there is a signed process/product deviation in place for any equipment, torques or labeling in by-pass and that the operator understands and is following the deviation

  • Verify an error proofing device works as intended. (Focus on high RPNs from the PFMEA) If not, is there a reaction plan for these devices?

  • Verify Rabbit documentation is filled out in accordance with the procedure using the proper nomenclature. (Are all error proofing devices verified as scheduled?)

  • Ensure the Standard Operation Sheet and Job Element Sheet are located in the work cell

  • Verify appropriate PPE is called out on the SOS and worn by the operator

  • Verify the Team Member is following the MES including any known quality issues

  • If the JES calls out any key process symbols or customer interface characteristics, verify the operator understands the reasoning behind the denoted checks

  • Does the team member understand what determines clean vs. soiled contents in a drum? (Refer to QA below)

  • Clean rags - yellow step can. Soiled rags - red step can.

  • High Risk - Verify any torques are at the correct setting and in compliance (torque settings are noted on the torque boxes)

  • Verify required inspections are being completed

  • If inspection is done at this station, are visual aids present? (select N/A if no inspection is conducted)

  • High Risk - Ensure quality gate/verification station operations for this part are being followed for any relevant customer or internal quality issues.

  • Verify corrective actions are in place for the NCTs below if they apply to the station being audited


  • Review packaging instructions and ensure stacking/packing techniques of parts is appropriate/safe. Ensure FIFO practices are being followed.

  • High Risk - Verify the operator is green in the OJT for all required operations

  • Review 3 completed product assemblies to ensure conformance including proper part identification and packing technique

  • Is the line balance available in the work area?

  • Verify gauge instructions are available for all gauges in use for this program if applicable

  • Verify the Safety, Quality, Timing, Cost, and Morale metrics have been updated for the last working shift prior to the start of today's shift for that team. (Ex: 2nd shift needs to update the last 2nd shift metrics prior to the start of today's 2nd shift)

  • Example of acceptable status

  • Verify Autonomous Maintenance is up to date if applicable.

  • Are all master and secondary documents controlled with a form number?

  • Do all communication documents have a document name, initiator name and date?

  • Verify any non-conforming parts have been properly identified with a red tag/tape and placed in the NC area. Note, if any NC is found, an action item is required and NC must be contained/corrected within 24 hrs.

Issue Specific Questions

  • Is the ECM rack padding being utilized?

  • Is the ECM guard being utilized?

  • Assign an action item for any continuous improvement items

  • Please review any findings with the area TL or Production Manager

  • If you completed this audit on a shared device/tablet, please sign out of the device once you complete this audit.

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