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Subject: Incoming Material Receiving and customer Approval Date: 07/10/2012


supplied parts.
SOP No: D-1 Revision: C Issue Date: 07/05/2012

1.0 Purpose:
The purpose of this procedure is to define the steps Our Company follows to inspect and verify
conformance of incoming product to the specified requirements. In particular, this procedure
ensures that incoming material is not used or processed until it has been assigned a receiving
number and verified as conforming to specified requirements.
2.0 Scope:
This procedure applies to all incoming materials supplied to Our Company by outside suppliers and
customer supplied parts. This procedure addresses clause 7.4.3 in ISO 9001 and Section VIII in
Our Company's Quality Manual.

3.0 Responsibility:
3.1 Incoming material : Plastic Operations Production Control Coordinator and, material
handling production staff
3.2 Customer supplied parts: Quality control inspector, and Production Control Coordinator.

4.0 Related Documentation:


Form 216 Material Drying Records.
Form 153 Material Identification.
Form 151 Raw Material Inventory Transactions.
Form 213 Material Receiving Log.
Form 170 Non-Conformance Report
Form 227 Do Not Use Tag
SOP B-10 Non-Conformance procedure

5.0 Procedure for incoming material:

5.1 Receive delivery

5.2 Match receiving paperwork to order and assure material meets order requirement
(grade/quantity/any special requirement). There is not analytical testing conducted on any
resin material.

5.3 Those material found to be nonconforming shall be identified with Do Not Use Tag until
review can be conducted according to SOP B-10 Non-Conformance procedure.

5.4 A Supplier Corrective Action Request will be completed so proper disposition can be
determined. Material will be returned to the vendor, when appropriate, and the final
disposition of nonconforming product will be evaluated on an individual basis.

5.5 Those material found to be conforming shall be identified with Form 153, Material
Identification to the material itself. It will indicate the material has been inspected and is
confirming product and ready for use.

5.6 Attach acceptable label to boxes or bags and move material to the warehouse

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5.7 Locate material certification (request from manufacturer if not supplied with order).
Previous lots are stored by part or customer in shipping files.

5.8 Transfer bill of landing, material certification and a copy of Form 153, Material
Identification to front office, Production Control.

5.9 Assign receiving number to material and enter in receiving log Form 213, Material
Receiving Log.

5.10 Production Control to load material into inventory and deduct usage by work order
controls

5.11 Production Control provide copy of bill of lading to office manager for filing and payment

5.12 Use Form 151 for any subsequent material transfers from the warehouse into production,
and again when transferring unused material back to inventory from production. Forms
should be delivered to the front Production Control inbox. Blank forms are available at the
molding desk.

5.13 Resin material is issued, where possible, on a first in first out basis.

5.14 Material handling staff shall fill out Form 216, Material Drying Records, (located in the
lot traveler) identifying the resin type, material lot number, color and drying records if
needed.

5.15 Any subsequent material lot change shall be recorded in the Form 144, Manufacturing
Observations Log.

6.0 Procedure for receiving customer supplied parts:

6.1 Receive delivery.

6.2 Follow customers clean environment requirements to decide to move parts into cleanroom.

6.3 If parts need to be moved into cleanroom follow SOP A-2, Operational Protocol and
Cleaning Procedures for Clean Rooms.

6.4 Quality control personnel verify if parts are matching with receiving packing slip to work
order and assure parts meets order requirement (grade/quantity/any special requirement).

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6.5 Quality control personnel conduct an inspection of parts for damaged, contamination and
some critical dimensions requested by customer or by production Department.

6.6 Those parts found to be nonconforming shall be identified with Do Not Use Tag until review
can be conducted according to SOP B-10 Non-Conformance procedure.

6.7 Notify customer of the nonconforming for parts disposition.

6.8 Those customer supplied parts found to be conforming shall be identified with Form 153,
Material Identification to the material itself. It will indicate the material has been inspected
and is confirming product and ready for use.

6.9 Quality control personnel provide copy of packing slip to Production Control Coordinator

6.10 Production Control Coordinator assigns receiving number to material and enters in
receiving log Form 213, Material Receiving Log.

6.10 Quality control personnel place packing slip and form 153 to lot traveler for records.

7.0 Revision History:

Revision Date Description of change


Level
A 05/23/2001 Initial release
B 04/12/2012 Revised procedure
C 07/05/2012 Revised procedure to reflect ISO 9001 Standards, added
inspection records to be kept in file records.

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