• This report is to record a discussion between production supervisor or team lean and a production operator regarding an issue found in a finished good rack check.

  • Top Number

  • Rack number

  • Take a photo of the issue if possible

  • Issue(s) found in rack check.

  • Operator Name

  • Station Where Issue Occured

  • Is this a quality or engineering issue?

  • FYI this is not an official step in the write up/disciplinary process. This is only a recording document. You may be asked to inspect for defects/issues outside of normal work instructions. Please see Follow up Actions to continue.

  • Was the above issue due to an operator mistake?

  • Is this a repeat mistake?

  • FYI this is not an official step in the write up/disciplinary process. This is only a recording document. This document can be used if/when disciplinary process begins as an example of poor quality. Failure to follow corrective actions may result in the starting of the discipline process up to termination.

  • FYI this is not an official step in the write up/disciplinary process. This is only a recording document. This document can be used if/when disciplinary process begins as an example of poor quality. Failure to follow corrective actions may result in the starting of the discipline process

  • Corrective Follow Up Action(s):

  • Does the operator understand the above stated issue(s) and the above stated corrective action(s)

  • Explain again to the operator the issues and corrective issue until fully understood. When operator understands change answer to yes.

  • TEAM LEAD/ PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR: By signing here you certify that the issue(s) and corrective action(s) have been explained and are understood by the operator.

  • OPERATOR: By signing here you acknowledge that you understand the above issue(s) and you will follow the stated corrective actions.

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