QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL
9.0 RECEIVING INSPECTION
9.1 Copies of all purchase orders, pertinent to Section 6.1 and 6.2 of this manual shall
be submitted to the quality control department to determine compliance to contractual
obligations, and aid in determining which upcoming inspection functions will be necessary.
9.2 All raw materials and outside processes may be subjected to inspection as directed by
the Quality Control Supervisor and the results entered on a "First Article Inspection
Form" (Form QC 010).
9.3 Upon satisfactory inspection, all materials or parts will be acceptance stamped or
tagged and released to production.
9.4 In cases where vendor parts or materials are found to be unacceptable, the receiving
inspector will write a "Reject Notice" (Form QG 011). The rejected parts or
material will be clearly identified by marking the reject tag number on the parts or
materials and/or attaching a "Reject Tag." The inspector will then notify the
Quality Control Supervisor for further action.
9.5 ALL REJECTED PARTS OR MATERIALS WILL BE PLACED IN A DESIGNATED HOLDING AREA FOR
9.6 Based on the information of the receiving inspection, the Quality Control Supervisor
will make an investigation. He will then notify the purchasing department and material
control. If it becomes necessary, the Quality Control Supervisor will contact and work
directly with the vendor to resolve any problems.
9.7 Any parts or materials that have been rejected at receiving cannot be processed any
further, until disposition has been determined.
9.8 ANY UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL REMOVING A REJECT TAG OR USING REJECTED PARTS OR MATERIALS
WILL BE SUBJECT TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION.