Equipment & Materials

  • Review operator knowledge about equipment.

    Does the operator know how the equipment is fit for use (booth &brushes)?

    Does the operator know how to recognise faults?

    What does the operator do if the equipment appears to be faulty?

    Are brushes and containers clean and in good condition?

    Are ESD controls in use?

    Does the operator verify the varnish type before use?

    Are the materials stored in safe conditions?

    Are all containers marked with the material type for safety purposes?

    Is the operator clearly understand the safety hazards withe the materials and understand how to treat an accident?

Documentation & Records

  • Does the operator understand and use the technical specifications?

    Does the operator understand the work instructions?

    Verify that the operator can access the technical specification in the system.
    Verify that they know how to confirm that the specification selected is correct.
    Ask the operator to explain some key steps of the specification to ensure that they can understand the details and requirements.

    Record competence level.
    Record details of the sample reviewed.

    Record details of the sample checked and comments from the operator.

  • Does the operator understand the work instructions?

    Verify that the operator can access the work instructions in the system.
    Verify that they know how to confirm that the instruction selected is correct.
    Ask the operator to explain some key steps of the instruction to ensure that they can understand the details and requirements.

    Record competence level.
    Record details of the sample reviewed.

  • Does the operator understand the records which are required?

    Verify that the operator understands the records to be updated in the system.

    Verify that they know the reason for the records.

    Verify that they know where records are stored.

    Record competence level.
    Record details of the sample reviewed.

  • Does the operator understand the Quality Control Plan?

    Verify that the operator can access a copy of the QC Plan.

    Verify that the operator understands the structure of the QC Plan and can explain how some of the controls in the plan are implemented.

Product

  • Review the operator I process technique and output.

    Does the operator use the equipment correctly and safely?

    Verify 3 different samples of various types of PCB to ensure the operator can follow different instructions and specifications.

    Record details of each sample and any defects in the product.

  • Verify that the final product condition is checked correctly.

    Did the operator verify the product condition using correct equipment and with reference to the specification?

    Ask the operator to talk through the inspection process, explaining what is being checked and why.

    Verify that the PCB is marked withe the correct inspection mark at the correct place.

    Record details of this feedback.

  • Verify the thickness samples for the operator.
    X1 plate with x5 samples of varnish thickness.

    Record the thickness measurements and take a photograph under UV light.

  • Records of samples checked by QC.

    Record batch numbers, quantity checked and failures identified.

Risk

  • Verify that the operator understands the risks to the product at each key stage of the process.
    The operator should know the risks and controls for product quality.

    Cross refer to the QC Plan.

    Record feedback from the operator.

  • Verify that the operator understands the process risks at each key stage.
    The operator should know the risks and controls for the process.

    Cross refer to the work instructions.

    Record feedback from the operator.

Health and Safety

  • Verify that the operator can use the equipment safely.

    Refer to work instructions and equipment guidelines.

    Record any instances where poor safety is witnessed.

Summary of competence

  • Make a statement about the final competence achieved.

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