This individual shall be a full-time employee and the position shall be reflected in the organization chart. A Is there a dedicated and job description shall exist identifying the qualifications 1. The organization shall incorporate a documented advance quality planning procedure. A feasibility study shall be performed and internally approved for each part. Similar parts can be grouped into part families for this effort as defined by the organization.
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This new edition supersedes the 2nd edition assessment which has been active since February CQI was developed with the intent to help better evaluate the quality systems in place at plating shops supplying OEM automotive coatings such as zinc and zinc alloy electrodeposits, decorative plating applied to metal or plastic substrates, and hard chromium deposits, as well as electroless nickel and electropolishing processes.
Each requirement now includes a definition with points to be considered. Also, additional guidance has been added in the form of questions which provide examples of what can be considered acceptable objective evidence. These updates and improvements, along with several others, are intended to provide the greatest likelihood that all the requirements are addressed during each assessment. A new section in the 3rd edition PSA has been dedicated to providing further clarification for existing pyrometry requirements.
The intent of this new section is to: More clearly define the applicable pyrometry requirements Provide guidance regarding proper pyrometry testing methodologies Harmonize the CQI pyrometry testing methodologies with those denoted in the CQI-9 Heat Treatment System Assessment. While the pyrometry requirements are still process based, they are now more clearly defined. Additional details regarding acceptable practices for each pyrometry test process are now included in the 3rd edition.
Form Builder allows the assessor to prepare a tailored process assessment document which better details the exact current process on the system being assessed.
For example, if the process includes an off-line cleaner, an in-line soak cleaner, and an in-line electrocleaner, Form Builder can add assessment sections for each of these steps. Additionally, for each step of the process being evaluated, the process assessment now also includes a dedicated space to adequately document any job audit findings.
These improvements can help streamline the data collection portion of the assessment process, reduce confusion and ambiguity, and make it easier to evaluate for conformance to the requirements of the process.
Lastly, requirements for all test equipment associated with each process are now denoted at the end of each process table. The intent of this change was to ensure that all applicable and critical test equipment is properly evaluated and assessed per the requirements of Process Table I — Process Control and Testing Equipment Verification and Calibration.
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