21.1 - QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BASE)

  • The Site must has a Quality Management System (QMS)

  • The QMS is maintained and regularly reviewed

  • The QMS must contain procedures / records as required by the TFMS

  • The Site uses a site plan to define areas of the factory (i.e. base, medium, high)

21.2 - QUALITY POLICY (BASE)

  • A quality policy statement must be in place stating the company's intentions to produce safe, legal and quality products

  • The policy must be authorised by senior management

  • All employees must be aware of the policy by displaying it in employee areas

21.3 - QUALITY MANUAL

  • A quality manual must be in place and available to key employees outlining company policies and procedures

21.4 - DOCUMENT CONTROL

  • All documents must be adequately controlled, authorised and be of the correct version

  • Alterations to records must be appropriately authorised

21.5 - ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

  • An organisational structure chart must be in place showing management authority

21.6 - DEPUTISING COVER

  • Details of deputising cover for personnel with responsibility for legal, safety and quality issues must be documented

  • As well as Senior management cover the site are able to demonstrate they have sufficient cover for operatives who are responsible for CCP's

21.7 - DOCUMENT RETENTION

  • All documentation and records must be retained for a defined period

  • Documents must be available for review within 4 hours from the request

21.8 - RECORD COMPLETION

  • All records must be accurate and fully complete

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