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#1 Rosemary4

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Posted 29 April 2013 - 03:05 PM

Hi, can anyone help please?

I have inherited a traceability form for tracing material from a supplier to a customer and vice versa on the same form. It needs inproving but I'm struggling to know exactly what info I need to put. Does anyone have one for a similar activity please?



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Posted 07 May 2013 - 04:42 PM

Hi,

 

This is difficult to answer exactly as it really depends on what paperwork used throughout the entire production process, as you will need copies of pretty much all of this.

 

I have used this attachment in the past, however it may need modifying for your needs.

 

Thanks

 

Simon

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 09:31 AM

I usually start with the Flow Diagram and collect the records arising from it, that should cover everything. Simon's document is good I am taking it in to show the folks see if they'd like to use it.


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Posted 08 May 2013 - 10:48 AM

Hi,

 

This is difficult to answer exactly as it really depends on what paperwork used throughout the entire production process, as you will need copies of pretty much all of this.

 

I have used this attachment in the past, however it may need modifying for your needs.

 

Thanks

 

Simon

 

 

I think Simon's document is excellent if you wanted to do a validation on the product, taking the traceability into account. I'm going to add a few of the points on there to my product validation (as opposed to process validation)

 

For a traceability of a product through the plant, i don't think you need to attach HACCP or suppliers Non-conformances. Carry out a traceability, and make a record of all the document (numbers) that you collate. Include everything from incoming goods, to air plates etc. then just record the document numbers on a spreadsheet. Then when you do the next one, add the date of the document along site the reference number, print off , and this is your front sheet. Obviously you can make it look as pretty as you like, but don't forget to control it!

 

When i do a traceability, i scan all of the documents in, so if i need to send to a customer, i already have. i also save the front sheet in this file too.

 

As an aside, i also record WHY i'm doing a traceability ( Providence of a product /  PDO / PGI / TSG )

 

Caz x






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