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#1 DAVEEDO

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Posted 05 September 2019 - 02:55 PM

After a contract manufacturer supplier audit one of the corrective actions said: 

 

"The facility is currently not using Spec Deviations. If they get to a place where they need to request them, on such things as age of material, weight, etc. they will need to implement a policy around this and ensure Tyson is contacted to determine approval. No deviations requested/approved to date from Tyson" 

 

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I need help figuring this out!!!

 

Please help & thank you! 



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Posted 07 September 2019 - 06:01 AM

After a contract manufacturer supplier audit one of the corrective actions said: 

 

"The facility is currently not using Spec Deviations. If they get to a place where they need to request them, on such things as age of material, weight, etc. they will need to implement a policy around this and ensure Tyson is contacted to determine approval. No deviations requested/approved to date from Tyson" 

 

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I need help figuring this out!!!

 

Please help & thank you! 

 

Hi daveedo,

 

The Basic NC (the .. deviations) seems sort of self-explanative although no context is given.,

 

What kind of help are you seeking ?

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Some context might be useful, eg -

 

Product = ?

Process = ?

FS Standard/Clause which generated the corrective action = ?

 

Spec Deviations with respect to ?

 

PS - as I understand, "Tyson" is a Food Manufacturer in USA


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Charles.C


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Posted 07 September 2019 - 06:35 AM

Dear Daveedo,

I think your deviation procedure must include the deviations related to specification of RM/PM or FG whatever.

 

If you do not have procedure for deviation control, you need to develop one.

 

This means, If any deviations such as near expiry, not stored properly, etc observed in your materials (RM/PM/FG) then you need to take formal approval from Tyson.

 

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Mahantesh



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Posted 08 September 2019 - 02:35 PM

Dear Daveedo,

I think your deviation procedure must include the deviations related to specification of RM/PM or FG whatever.

 

If you do not have procedure for deviation control, you need to develop one.

 

This means, If any deviations such as near expiry, not stored properly, etc observed in your materials (RM/PM/FG) then you need to take formal approval from Tyson.

 

regards

Mahantesh

 

Agreed with Mahantesh. The supplier wants you to notify them of any deviations to your specifications. If you produce products for them and would like to have an exceptional approval (perhaps the deviation is not a hazard to the finished goods), you have to notify them in advance for their approval.

 

As Mahantesh stated, you need a process for deviation control and a formal release program (if not already developed).



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Posted 09 September 2019 - 06:28 AM

Dear Daveedo,

I think your deviation procedure must include the deviations related to specification of RM/PM or FG whatever.

 

If you do not have procedure for deviation control, you need to develop one.

 

This means, If any deviations such as near expiry, not stored properly, etc observed in your materials (RM/PM/FG) then you need to take formal approval from Tyson.

 

regards

Mahantesh

 

Hi Mahantesh,

 

I guess -

 

RM = Raw Materials

PM = Packaging materials

 

but FG = ?


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Posted 09 September 2019 - 08:47 AM

Hi Mahantesh,

 

I guess -

 

RM = Raw Materials

PM = Packaging materials

 

but FG = ?

FG= Finished Goods (Finished Product)

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Posted 09 September 2019 - 02:05 PM

FG= Finished Goods (Finished Product)

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Thank you. Maybe one of approx 94 Million according to Google. :smile:


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Posted 14 September 2019 - 01:45 PM

very nice







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