Safety

  • Required personal protective equipment used

  • Safety Checklist completed

  • Operators know where the Emergency Stop is located

  • Daily safety officer inspection completed

People

  • Personnel trained and on-the-job training records/matrix updated

  • Communication Log available at the workcell and filled out

Part/Product

  • Operator start-up checklist completed for all questions

  • Error proofing verification performed each shift and recorded

  • Work Instructions available in the workcell and followed step-by-step

  • Standard Work Instructions approved/signed by each shift supervisor and Operation Manager (applicable for documents created after November 23, 2018)

  • Standard Work Instructions specify part protection requirements (to prevent fingerprints, contaminants, marks, pinch points, etc.)

  • Inspection Instruction Sheets approved/signed by each shift Supervisor and Quality Manager (applicable for documents created after November 23, 2018)

  • FO completed as per II Sheet and posted at the work station (if required)

  • LO completed as per II Sheet and posted at the work station (if required)

  • All checks specified in that II Sheet are verified and meet specification

  • Gage Instructions approved/signed by each shift Supervisor and Quality Manager (applicable for documents created after November 23, 2018)

  • Packaging and Labeling Instructions approved/signed by each shift Supervisor and Program Engineering Manager (applicable for documents created after November 23, 2018)

  • Packaging and Labeling Instructions followed (correct packaging, skids used)

  • Employee # is applied on container label or part as required

  • Traceability log filled out

  • FIFO followed at the workcell

Process

  • Master Process Sheet, Set-Up sheets, system log sheet, etc. Filled out on each shift and initialed by Set-Up personnel and/or Supervisor

  • Operation/process parameters within specified range and actual values recorded as applicable (i.e. Paint process - gloss level, colour, adhesion, film build, paint viscosity, oven temperature)

  • Checking fixtures, gauges, controllers, pressure gauges, torque guns, scales, etc. have calibration stickers and calibration not overdue

  • Tooling, checking fixtures are identified with customer name/asset #, engineering change Rev. Level/part number

  • Reset/bypass process followed (reset log filled out, deviation issued and signed as required)

Facility

  • 5S and housekeeping completed/implemented/followed

  • Containers of chemicals and waste properly identified

  • No evidence of spills/leaks/stains (or proper measures in place if present)

  • Scrap bins/racks present in the workcell and properly identified

Standardization/Build in Quality

  • Press Idling Procedure compliance (applicable to 141 presses)

  • Quality Alert posted and part verification/containment/marking on part is done as specified in the Alert

Sign-off

  • Signature

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