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#1 dell

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Posted 20 September 2019 - 08:45 AM

Hello all,

 

I would like to get your help and if somebody have a sample of his or her:

 

Quality Control unit in Organizational Chart for a Poultry Slaughtering House.

 

It is highly appreciated if you can share yours with me!

 

 

Many thanks

 

Basel

 

 



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Posted 20 September 2019 - 09:29 AM

Hello all,

 

I would like to get your help and if somebody have a sample of his or her:

 

Quality Control unit in Organizational Chart for a Poultry Slaughtering House.

 

It is highly appreciated if you can share yours with me!

 

 

Many thanks

 

Basel

 

or for any food manufacturing company



#3 Hank Major

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Posted 20 September 2019 - 07:54 PM

Here's an example. Names have been changed to dis my fellow employees.

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Posted 20 September 2019 - 10:13 PM

Here's an example. Names have been changed to dis my fellow employees.

You have the QA Manager the same as all employees???

Ideally you are lateral with Plant Manager...this prevents "joe blow" from over riding the Food Safety Policy. According to that chart, the plant is driven by production only and safety is but an a final thought.

Im certainly glad that isnt our organizational chart, the QA assistant doesnt even have to answer to the QA Manager???? 



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Posted 20 September 2019 - 10:26 PM

You have the QA Manager the same as all employees???

Ideally you are lateral with Plant Manager...this prevents "joe blow" from over riding the Food Safety Policy. According to that chart, the plant is driven by production only and safety is but an a final thought.

Im certainly glad that isnt our organizational chart, the QA assistant doesnt even have to answer to the QA Manager???? 

 

The General Manager is a bit of a control freak, it is true.

 

Nevertheless, the basic idea of my example is that an organizational chart has boxes and lines connecting them in a hierarchy tree.  And be sure to include who are the people who are PCQI.  Obviously the OP is going to have to draft their own chart.



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Posted 22 September 2019 - 07:15 AM

The General Manager is a bit of a control freak, it is true.

 

Nevertheless, the basic idea of my example is that an organizational chart has boxes and lines connecting them in a hierarchy tree.  And be sure to include who are the people who are PCQI.  Obviously the OP is going to have to draft their own chart.

 

Hi Hank,

 

I have to partially agree with wtheriot,

 

IMEX, the QA Manager is invariably hierarchically independent of the Production Function. A Matter of Principle.

 

And analogously, finally, for the Sanitation Supervisor also.

 

I suspect the layout may sometimes have a relationship tp the Company's overall viewpoint over which function is  "KIng/Queen" ?  :smile:

 

Regardless, thks for the interesting attachment.


Kind Regards,

 

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Posted 23 September 2019 - 12:24 PM

The General Manager is a bit of a control freak, it is true.

 

Nevertheless, the basic idea of my example is that an organizational chart has boxes and lines connecting them in a hierarchy tree.  And be sure to include who are the people who are PCQI.  Obviously the OP is going to have to draft their own chart.

 

That was indeed a very interesting org chart. I can't say I didn't cringe as I read through it, but every company is different. If it works, it works.

 

So, to the OP, you might also want to add in some visual indicators for deputizing functions. This is to say who would fill-in for that specific position when that person is out of the office.






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