In our organization, we have a documented procedure in addressing non-conforming product. Non-conformance report must be issued when there is a refusal or failure to conform on the set standards.
For example, I have a product ABC 7319231 that did not reach the minimum drying temperature.The drying temperature ranges only from 89.0 to 92.3 degrees celsius. Standard temperature is 95 to 110 degrees Celsius. Drying is considered as CCP deviation within our organization.
However, we have a supported document to address such deviation (Food Safety Dispositions - Deviations during Drying) and the correction done for this incident was properly addressed as per the document guide. Take note also that the actions done for this incident is recorded in the monitoring forms and testing shows that product was safe for release/process to next step after re-processing the product.
Do I still have to issue the Non-conformance report with corrective action although set standards are properly followed by the organization??