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#1 Lorbi

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Posted 24 May 2016 - 01:15 AM

Hello,

 

Do anyone of you here has a sample quality plan? Is it product specific? or could it be created as a general plan?

 

 

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Posted 24 May 2016 - 07:44 AM

Hi Lorbi ,

There is a goodtopic from ASQ will give you a clear idea about QP , it is in the below link .

 http://asq.org/learn-about-quality/quality-plans/index.html

 

Is it a product specific ? practically some organizations do it , I prefer to be have a QP for the process and the product will be included in it ,

Could be created as a general , it is clear what does you mean be general , so the answer will be May be YES may be NO ,QP is correlated to the processes and products , so if the products / lines are similar and processesis the same it may be yes .

 

For the sample it depends on the level and goal of the QP , is it strategic, operational , ... , if you provide more information what is the target of the QP this will be helpful .

 

Generally when we are doing QP

- we define the targeted process .

- Draw the flow diagram (FD) .

-Define each step in the the plan according to the  FD

-In each step we stat when and where it will start by whom , what he shall do , how ( by which method and which tools ) . what is the target , what is the records , what is the corrective action in case of deviation who is responsible for verification .

it may be extended more according to the level and scope .

 

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#3 Charles.C

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Posted 24 May 2016 - 08:19 AM

Hello,

 

Do anyone of you here has a sample quality plan? Is it product specific? or could it be created as a general plan?

 

 

Thanks,

 

Lorbi

 

Is it for SQF level 3 ?

 

What is the product / processs ?


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Posted 25 May 2016 - 05:47 AM

Hi Lorbi ,

There is a goodtopic from ASQ will give you a clear idea about QP , it is in the below link .

 http://asq.org/learn-about-quality/quality-plans/index.html

 

Is it a product specific ? practically some organizations do it , I prefer to be have a QP for the process and the product will be included in it ,

Could be created as a general , it is clear what does you mean be general , so the answer will be May be YES may be NO ,QP is correlated to the processes and products , so if the products / lines are similar and processesis the same it may be yes .

 

For the sample it depends on the level and goal of the QP , is it strategic, operational , ... , if you provide more information what is the target of the QP this will be helpful .

 

Generally when we are doing QP

- we define the targeted process .

- Draw the flow diagram (FD) .

-Define each step in the the plan according to the  FD

-In each step we stat when and where it will start by whom , what he shall do , how ( by which method and which tools ) . what is the target , what is the records , what is the corrective action in case of deviation who is responsible for verification .

it may be extended more according to the level and scope .

 

Best regards ,

Ehab

 

Is it similar to a HACCP plan?


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#5 Lorbi

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Posted 25 May 2016 - 05:50 AM

Is it for SQF level 3 ?

 

What is the product / processs ?

 

We are not on any SQF level. But the audit is a QS audit.

 

Generally, we have similar processes on our products.


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Posted 25 May 2016 - 06:10 AM

We are not on any SQF level. But the audit is a QS audit.

 

Generally, we have similar processes on our products.

 

Hi Lorbi,

 

It's probably a question of definitions, eg haccp "plan" vs haccp "system".

 

from the link in post 2 -

 

 

A quality plan is a document, or several documents, that together specify quality standards, practices, resources, specifications, and the sequence of activities relevant to a particular product, service, project, or contract. Quality plans should define:

  • Objectives to be attained (for example, characteristics or specifications, uniformity, effectiveness, aesthetics, cycle time, cost, natural resources, utilization, yield, dependability, and so on)
  • Steps in the processes that constitute the operating practice or procedures of the organization
  • Allocation of responsibilities, authority, and resources during the different phases of the process or project
  • Specific documented standards, practices, procedures, and instructions to be applied
  • Suitable testing, inspection, examination, and audit programs at appropriate stages
  • A documented procedure for changes and modifications to a quality plan as a process is improved
  • A method for measuring the achievement of the quality objectives
  • Other actions necessary to meet the objectives

 

Sounds like a Manual.


Edited by Charles.C, 25 May 2016 - 07:05 AM.
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