Hey everybody, first time posting here. I've read a lot of posts and this site has helped with a lot of questions. I went from QA associate to SQF Practitioner once our former SQF P left. It has been a big change and a lot more responsibility. I work at a Pet Food/treat/supplement manufacturer.
I had a question about have a quality control person in Receiving departments. Our director of Procurement has worked where a QC person is in receiving ingredients department. They inspect the trailer then raw material before and after it is unloading, if anything is wrong they can reject the shipment right away, preventing our warehouse from having issues. Also verify all COAs and documentation is correct. I am just curious if anyone has experience with this so I can present it to my boss about moving my QA Lead to that position, he came from Purchasing and has a lot more knowledge about receiving documents than I do.