- If test fails, stop line, determine root cause of failure and correct.
- Identify product to last good check, isolate and place on hold.
their interpretation of the metal detection is if the metal detector is functions and the test is successful, a product is rejected with metal finding during normal production run, product is not place on hold. no re-check from the last good check, and product from last good check has no need to be re-check since metal detector is functioning as it should, metal detector regular checks are good, no need to re-inspect the product, this has been audited by BRC and never had a bad note from auditors.
Is this procedure right? if my metal detector is working, hourly test are passing, when a metal reject occurs and metal is found, no need of corrective action is needed?
I need guidance information.