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#1 sangle

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:19 PM

Happy Friday !!  :happydance:

 

I have a question about 'records' and 'forms'.  I know the difference but what I am looking for is how to identify.  For example we have a FORM-PRP 19.1 Winder Production in which we put out with every order.  The winder operator records his production information on this and it is then turned in and filed.  It is now a record but do I identify it as REC-PRP 19.1 Winder Production?  If this is the case then for every form we have on the production floor that is filled in by the operator we subsequently have a record when the order is complete.

 

So on my register when I show supporting documents for policies I would have to list both 'form' and 'record'?

 

Am I overthinking this?  

 

Thanks for any opinions.

Shanna



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Posted 10 August 2018 - 08:08 PM

Happy Friday !!  :happydance:

 

I have a question about 'records' and 'forms'.  I know the difference but what I am looking for is how to identify.  For example we have a FORM-PRP 19.1 Winder Production in which we put out with every order.  The winder operator records his production information on this and it is then turned in and filed.  It is now a record but do I identify it as REC-PRP 19.1 Winder Production?  If this is the case then for every form we have on the production floor that is filled in by the operator we subsequently have a record when the order is complete.

 

So on my register when I show supporting documents for policies I would have to list both 'form' and 'record'?

 

Am I overthinking this?  

 

Thanks for any opinions.

Shanna

 

Hi Shanna,

 

Yes, IMO you are.

 

But it is a "vexed" issue. See this sort of related short thread, eg Post4 -

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...ocument-review/


Kind Regards,

 

Charles.C


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Posted 10 August 2018 - 08:48 PM

Thank you so much.  This is a head scratcher that's for sure!  I like the idea of a Blank Record Template.  I will do as that member suggested and look up the terminology for ISO.  Hope you have a great weekend Charles.  I'm gonna go see how close I can get to all those PGA pros at the championship.

Shanna






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