Process Flow Control Plan Worksheet xls

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1 Enter the operation step process/number in this column.  The flow should start with receiving inspection and end at the packing process for shipment to the customer.
2 Describe the process step in column 2.  This should include any manufacturing, inspection, testing, etc. done on the product during processing.
3,4,5,6 These columns have symbols representing the process action – store, move, inspect, process.  Store – used if you have a batching process where product is stored/held for future processing on a different line or operation.  Move – would be used if transferring product from one station/line/building ect. to another is a significant step in your process (one where product handling ect. might be important or have effect on the product for example).  Inspect – this represents any step in your process where raw materials, in process-sub assemblies, or finished goods are checked, tested, audited, etc. and usually means some specification or critical to quality characteristic is being measured and data is being collected for evaluation.  Process – is any step that includes machining, assembly, heat treat, stamping, molding, welding, - essentially any action done on the part to meet customer specifications.  NOTE:  CLICK UNDER THE APPROPRIATE SYMBOL AND PLACE AN “X” IN THE CELL THAT BEST REPRESENTS THE ACTION (STORE, MOVE, INSPECT, PROCESS)
7 Enter your specific inspection or work instruction numbers in this column.
8 Enter the specific specification you are inspecting/measuring in this column if that applies.  For receiving where you may be inspecting several characteristics, you can reference your receiving inspection document and or the blue print as a link to that information.
9 Enter the gauge, tester, certification name/number ect. used to measure the specific characteristics listed in column 8.  Also enter any specific inspection process techniques.
10 Enter inspection frequency (how often each shift for example) and sample size as it applies.
11 Enter the name of the company that does a specific operation if the process is outsourced (i.e. machining, plating, heat treat, ect.).

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