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All you need to know to pass your audit
What is a
Quality Risk Assessments
A Quality Risk Assessment (QRA) is an important document that captures quality risks that exist on the production line. We use the QRA to ensure our customers only recieve safe and high quality products.
On each line there are:
1. QRA Points marked with stickers 2. Particular guidelines regarding product quality (QRI) 3. Opportunities to ensure only high quality products are being sold to customers
The green sticker indicates a QRA point where a quality rejection may occur.
Every QRA point is described in the QRA document.
This document describes all possible quality reject points on the production line and the controls in place to reduce risks. The risks are ranked using the QRI.
How do I use a
The Quality Reject Risk Index (QRI) ranks the quality risk by multipling the severity and frequency of the quality risk. If the risk is high (H) or medium (M), steps must be taken to reduce this risk. If a risk is low (L), a long term plan should be established to reduce the risk.
Line Clearance Critical Points.
Now let's take a look at
Here is a line clearance critical point.
The red sticker represents a line clearance critical point. We check these points to ensure all components are removed for a changeover.
When removing components, refer to the line clearance legend. The legend will describe the steps for removing components at the various areas on the production line.
Make sure you know:
1. What QRA means. 2. Where your QRA points are located. 3. Where to find your QRI document. 4. How to use your QRI paperwork to determine whether a product should be reworked or discarded.