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This provides the customer a quick overview of the organization. It also communicates the company’s quality policy to the customer. Such quality manuals may be printed as high-quality brochures. Other organizations may include their processes and work instructions and restrict access to the quality manual due to the proprietary information it may contain. 3 shows an example of the table of contents for a quality manual. 2 Work Instructions Work (Borrer 2009) instructions provide detailed guidance to those who need to carry out a task.

Tier 1 is when there is a systematic problem that affects quality and it is not in accordance with a requirement. Tier 2 is less severe, but there is a conflict with a requirement, but it is not systematic. Tier 3 is for issues that are not a part of the quality system, but have room for improvement (2007). Deviations found during the audit should be written down and presented to the auditee during a closing meeting. A more formal audit report should be submitted within a reasonable time. The auditee needs to respond with the action plan containing the planned actions and when they will be implemented.

For a registration audit, this may include reviewing the quality manual, quality policy, and process instructions. For an audit of a manufacturing process the review may consist of reviewing the work instruction for the process. This information should be used to create an audit questionnaire for the audit. 2 Audit Phases and Typical Key Tasks Phase Tasks Preparation • Make appointment for the audit • Preliminary document review • Standards, specifications, and other requirements • Quality manual • Quality policy • Process instructions • Prepare audit checklist Opening meeting • Introductions • Discuss purpose of audit Audit • Review documents • Management review • Work instructions • View processes • Verify corrective actions from previous audits • Document observations • Collect evidence of observations when possible Closing meeting • Discuss audit findings Audit report • Document audit findings in audit report • Submit audit report to auditee Follow-up • Receive plan for corrective actions (if necessary) • Receive updates on plan till completion Quality Management ◾ 27 The audit must be based on facts and a comparison to a standard, specification, or some other form of requirement.

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