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Synthesis :

RUN@RATE PROCESS AUDIT


Auditor name:
Dpt (SQ/TSD/Supplier):
Audited component:
Part Number:

Supplier:

Parikshit

Plant location:

SQ

Bangalore, India

NPO Number:

Vane

Customer / Application

795030-0009

Drawing revision

INDO-US MIM TEC PVT LTD

Dash revision:

Launch Buyer / ISC Leader: Abel Francis

Audit date:
Objective of the Audit:

To know the actual capacity availbe against Quoted Capacty

Process audited:

Statement

All process against PFD, Control plan and PFMEA are audited.

Date
Initial audit

Number of criteria
1
2
3

115

Number of criteria
audited

Audit rating

Capacity
(OK/NOK)

Run@rate decision
(Passed/Open/Failed)

115

100.00%

OK

pass

Validation audit

Synthesis Process Audit


Positive Points

Were all points in APQP list closed ?


Reject rate (%) /

casting

Negative Points

Y
machining

<--- (print Y or N)
assy

others

Synthesis of the Run@rate capacity audit

Status

PASS

<--(print Y or N or N/A)
Agreed ramp up plan?
--> Y
(acceptation record from buyer / launch buyer)

Max customer demand (/day)

41667

Purchased capacity (/day)

34722

Demonstrated capacity (/day)

43806

PPAP decision
Full approval
Interim / Level
Rejected

NA

Interim recovery worksheet prepared and agreed with the supplier (Y/N)

Not assessed

Honeywell Representative Name / Signature

Form 5407_attachment A_rev C

APQP open issue list up-dated (Y/N)


Detail main reasons:

Supplier Representative Name / Signature

Y/N
Y

PPAP CHECK LIST AUDIT

SYNTHESIS BY CHAPTER

AUDITOR RESPONSIBLE:

Parikshit

EDITION: 2009

AUDIT DATE:

PROCESS AUDITED:
All process against PFD, Control plan and PFMEA are audited.
PAGE:
PART AUDITED:

Vane

2
Parikshit

1- Organization - procedures - documents ("D")


Number of criteria per rating
0
1
2
3

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

28

TOTAL

28

TOTAL

13

TOTAL

21

TOTAL

20

TOTAL

11

TOTAL

22

TOTAL

115

100%

2- People - workforce ("W")


Number of criteria per rating
0
1
2
3

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

13

100%

3- Component - Product - Material ("M")


Number of criteria per rating
0
1
2
3

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

21

100%

4- Equipment ("E")
Number of criteria per rating
0
1
2
3

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

20

100%

5- house keeping - conditions ("C")


Number of criteria per rating
0
1
2
3

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

11

100%

6- Documentation validation - see "Doc" worksheet


Number of criteria per rating
0
1
2
3

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

22

100%

GLOBAL

0%

20 %

4 0%

6 0%

Form 5407_attachment B_rev C

80%

1 00 %

Number of criteria per rating


0
1
2
3
115

Process Operations
Process Name

OP Number

Cycle time (no. of parts / time observed)

Process Operation 1 name

Molding

OP1

1600 / hr

Process Operation 2 name

Debinding

OP2

9000 / 7 hrs

Process Operation 3 name

Sintering

OP3

50000 / 24 hrs

Process Operation 4 name

Thermal Sintering

OP4

40000 / 8 hrs

Process Operation 5 name

Profile Grinding

OP5

260 / hr

Process Operation 6 name

Drilling

OP6

600 / hr

Process Operation 7 name

Barrelling

OP7

900 / hr

Process Operation 8 name

Ultrasonic Cleaning

OP8

440 / hr

Form 5407_attachment C_rev C

PPAP CHECK LIST AUDIT

SYNTHESIS BY AREA

EDITION: 2009

AUDITOR RESPONSIBLE:

Parikshit

AUDIT DATE:

PROCESS AUDITED:

All process against PFD, Control plan and PFMEA are audited.

PAGE:

PART AUDITED:

Vane

3
Parikshit

Reception / Shipment
0

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

25

Number of criteria per rating


1
2

TOTAL

25

Number of criteria per rating


1
2

TOTAL

37

Number of criteria per rating


1
2

TOTAL

31

Number of criteria per rating


1
2

TOTAL

93

100%

Process, all operations


0

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

37

100%

Quality
0

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

31

100%

GLOBAL

0%

20%

40 %

6 0%

80%

0
93

Global Confidence Level:


shows how many subjects were not missed from the audit

Form 5407_attachment D_rev C

100%

100%

not required

Not audited

NA: Not Audited


NR: Not Required
'0: Satisfactory
1: Potential failure: Action required
2: Non-conformity without impact on current production: Action required
3: Non-conformity with impact on current production: containment + action required

3 COMMENTS (MANDATORY IF QUOTED 1, 2 or 3)

1
2 22 0

PPAP Requirements
Team Feasibility Commitment or APQP open issue list with all points closed can replace TFC
Process Flow Chart / Should be identified the machines approved through current ppap and their placement
FMEA review evidences / risks >32/50 with actions, due date, responsibles, also CICs and KCCs identified
Control Plan / all characteristics from drawings and applicable standards controlled, CICs and KCCs identified
Measurement Systems Analyses (e.g. R&R) for all systems used to measure KCC and CIC, including BIAS when necessary

1
1
1
1
1

Measurement protocols validation or correlation results (important features, including attribute gages, mandatory

for new features, not validated in the past by the supplier)

Primary components PSW (full approved by Honeywell or, if not applicable, at least by supplier)
Functional tests evidence (like pouring simulation for casting) , when required
Honeywell property tooling identification evidences (e.g. pictures with toolings labels)
Shipping packaging specification, including pictures and materials used
Honeywell production site (named in PSW) approval for packaging specification
Quality Laboratory Competence 3rd party evidence (if not ISO/TS certified)

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

IMDS submission / accepted


Material and coating certificates (inclusive microstructure, mechanical properties, chemical composition as specified by
standard, released by supplier, also by external accreditated laboratory dated max. 1 year before)

Microstructure analyse for castings or where required by Honeywell standards, relevant in report
with number of cavities / toolings and parts complexity

Sample products when requested, ISIR (Initial Sample Inspection Report) relevant number of parts

Process Capability Studies / on CICs and KCCs, sampled from all toolings combinations, for HTT relevant statistic

characteristics being followed through PCD in SCC, otherwise being used Excel approved forms, normality tests being necessary before
using capability formulas

Cleanliness control reports, where applicable according drawings and QCI-9310-122


Appeareance reports when required, e.g. by IFP
Back to back measurements for transfers / new capacities, on relevant number of parts

1
1
1

Traceability evidence, when needed


Early production containment plan (standard 5 deliveries inforced control)
Interim recovery worksheet, if applicable
Capacity ramp-up plan if capacity buyed is not yet achieved, approved by the buyer

1
1

TOTAL
24 lines, confidence:
Form 5407_attachment E_rev C

100%

RUN @ RATE CALCULATION WORKSHEET

795030-0009

Honeywell T.T. Monitored

Type of Run @ Rate:

Honeywell T.T. Part Number:

Supplier Monitored
Supplier Name: INDO-US

MIM TEC LTD

J'

Part Number Rev. Level:

Supplier Code: 122666

Honeywell Part Name:

Supplier Contact Name: Natarajan.G

VANE

Program:

GTD 12

Manufacturing Address: Indo-Mim, Bangalore

Supplier Data
A.

PURCHASED CAPACITY
(PC) (quantity / week):

B.

Production Days [days /


week]:

Honeywell Turbo Technologies Data


208,333

please fill in all bordered blank cells to enable MAX CUSTOMER DEMAND
(MCD) [quantity / week]:
formulas
Workdays of Honeywell T.T. plant
[days / week]:

Purchased Daily Capacity


C.
[quantity / day]:

34722

Working Days per Year


D.
[days/ year]:

To be agreed by HTT and


supplier
230- Eu& North America
240- Korea
241- Japan
245- China
300- India

300

Planned Machine Loading:


Gross Hrs./Day( total shift
time)
[hrs / day]
Planned Machine Loading
E.
For Honeywell T.T.
[%]:
Planned Machine Loading
F.
For This Part
[%]:
Gross Hrs./Day allocated for
G.
this part [hrs / day]
D.

Supplier Tooling Information: (quantity, description, etc.)

700.0%
168.0

Planned
(by the supplier)

Date of Run@Rate:
Downtime during Run@Rate period

Data from the actual


Run@Rate. Used to
determine the status of the
Run@Rate.
Actual

20/05/2014

Duration of Run@Rate [hrs]:

8.0

minutes

hours

minutes

hours

breaks / shift change over

10

0.17

10

0.17

2.

lunch

30

0.50

30

0.50

3.

maintenance
part # changeover /
setup time

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

5.

unplanned

0.08

0.08

6.

Total [1 through 5]

45

0.75

45

0.75

7.

% Downtime

{=(H6 /G )}

[%]

Net Productive Time


I.

{=(F*(1-H7)

[hrs]

J.

Part Quantities Produced during the


Run@Rate

9.4%

9.4%

152.25

152.25

2090

1.

Total Parts

[# of ]

2100

2.

Rejected

[# of ]

3.

Net Good

2099

2086

4.

Net Parts / Hr

262.38

260.8

R@R Planning Data. Not for


determining final status.

ACTUAL DC

{=J1-J2}[#
{=J3 / G}

of ]

[# / hr ]

Production line / Tool Capacity / Schedule


K. Demonstrated Daily Capacity

[quantity / day]

L. Demonstrated Weekly Capacity [quantity / week]

MCD

44079

43806

34722

41667

262836

208333.333333333

208333.33333333

Capacity

Quality

Final Status

PASS
OPEN (Failed QTC)
OPEN (Failed MSV)
FAIL

*Consult with the Buyer

Rerun Date (if required):

Form 5407_attachment F_rev C

PC

264474

RUN @ RATE SUMMARY Result


ACTUAL DC > PC and ACTUAL DC > MCD
ACTUAL DC < PC but ACTUAL DC > MCD
ACTUAL DC > PC but ACTUAL DC < MCD
ACTUAL DC < PC and ACTUAL DC < MCD

Comments:
Action plan for capacity presented

20/05/2014

8.0

1.

4.

41667

[quantity / day]:

24

Run @ Rate Results:

H.

Daily volume

100.0%

Supplier Planning Data.


Used for preliminary runs
and adjustments.

G.

208,333

not required

not audited

Criteria

RECEPTION / SHIPMENT
NA: Not Audited
NR: Not Required
'0: Satisfactory
1: Potential failure: Action required
2: Non-conformity without impact on current production: Action required
3: Non-conformity with impact on current production: containment + action required

0
1

0
2

0
3

0
1

0
2

0
3

Organization, procedures, documents


Documentation
- Only sub-components from agreed suppliers ?
- Are the transport companies under contracts with HON TS / supplier to avoid quality risks?
RD1
- How are established the levels of quality control ? Criteria should be based on clear records
- Is material certificate checked by operator before raw material acceptance?
- Are the working instructions displayed where is needed for an apropriate control?

Lapsing/expiration
RD2 - Are the rules of lapsing/expiration defined (eg: elastomere for membranes, sand-cores, )?
- Is any expired good on the shelve? (or affected by environment but still in validity)

RD3

Flow
- Is a flow defined from raw material arrival up to supply to production lines?
- Is FIFO (First In First Out) defined?
- How FIFO is affected by parts reintroduced in flow by quality / tooken for final control

Storage and handling


RD4 - Is a working instruction defined to store and handle raw material?
- Are there protecting materials unsealed ? What are the actions in such case ?

RD5 Is the control plan adequate to meet the quality target ?

RD6 Is a ECP (Early Containment Plan) defined, in place, and adequate?

Non conformities
- Is the process defined to isolate non-conform components?
RD7 - Are the roles and responsabilities defined for scrap boxes management?
- Are the roles and responsabilities defined to manage storage of non-conforms?
- Is a rework procedure defined for components / finished goods? Agreed with HON TS?

Organization - procedures: Sub total


N
Criteria
People - workforce:

0
NA

0
NR

7
0

Training and qualification


RW1 - Is the operator understanding documentation supplied with raw material?
- Based on skills matrix, is the operator audited identified and competent?

Specific qualifications / quality risks


- Have the operators specific authorization to use specific devices (forklifts licence, non destructive
inspection , packaging materials .)
RW2
- Is the operator aware of quality risk at his operation?
- Is the operator aware of defined reaction procedure in case of non-conformities?
- What are the risks of having one gage out of calibration?

RW3

Knowledge/respect of procedures
- Is the control plan known and followed?
- Is the contingency plan / EPC known?
- Is the visual defect catalogue known?

Special characteristic and Safety / Regulation and ESD


- Is the operator aware of presence and justification of critical caracteristic?
RW4 - In case of SPC, is the operator aware of SPC rules and reaction modes?
- Does the operator know specific symbol?
- Why CIC are important? Give some examples of issues?
People - workforce : sub total
N
Criteria
Component - Product - Material
Product identification / status of parts
- Are the components identified in according to their status (part number, date of manufacturing,
RM1
before/after operation, control done/not done, )?
- Is there traceability back to raw material or sub supplier ?

RM2

Traceability / follow-up sheet


- Is the status of the product clearly defined at the operation (OP number, control status, )

Form 5407_attachment G_rev C

0
NA

0
NR

4
0

Quality records
- Are the controls done as per working instructions and control plan?
RM3 - Are associated records available?
- In the history of records, if non-conformity has been detected, has any containment activity been
rolled-out?

RM4

Product packaging
Is the packaging adequate to ensure product integrity?

Product change management


RM5 - Is the current revision of the drawing being used on process, documents, instructions?
- In case of various dash numbers, are the variants properly managed in the workshop?
- Has a pass-thru defect been detected out-side normal control plan?
RM6
- If yes, are the non-conform parts identified as per supplier procedure?
Component - Product Material : sub total
N
Criteria
Equipment (if applicable)

0
NA

0
NR

Identification of means (machines, gages)


RE1 - Are the gages and masters at the station identified?
- Are tools paid by Honeywell identified "HON TS propriatery"?

RE2

Capability/MSA
- Have the gages R&R studies been performed?
- Is the gage device adequate to measure the parameter?
- Does the manufaturing process demonstrate required capability as per QCI-9310-190?

0
2

0
3

0
1

0
2

0
3

4
0
0
1
25
0
100%
0.333

0
2
0

0
3
0

Storage and handling


- Is the storage adequate to secure product integrity?

Non conformities
RE5 - Are the non conform parts identified, segragated and separated?
- Is there a quarantine area established, secured and properly identified?
Equipment : sub- total
N
Criteria
house keeping (conditions)

0
1

Poka-Yoke, mistake proofing


- Are the poka-yoke identified?
RE3
- Are the poka-yoke validated in accordance with the control plan?
- Are P-Y verified periodical?
RE4

5
0

1
0
NA

0
NR

5
0

RC1

Order, cleanliness and environment


- Is the warehouse clean?
- Storage rules are clear?
- Are all the parts stored in the offices properly identified ?

RC2

Lighting
- Is the lighting adequate in the quality inspection areas?

Flow
- Is the flow adequate to avoid mix, damages?
RC3 - Is FIFO respected?
- Is the single piece flow implemented? If not, is the justification acceptable?
- Is an access to all boxes (to pick the oldest)?

Health and safety


RC4 - Are the rules of safety defined and applied? (ear protection, masks, gloves )
- Are the working conditions compliant? (noise, vibration, smokes, temp, )

House keeping at workstation : sub total


N
Criteria
Total
Confidence level ( % ) 26 lines
Global contribution of confidence level
Legend
NR : Not required
NA : Not audited
0 : Satisfactory
1 : Potential failure: Action required
2 : Not conformity without impact on current production : Action required
3 : Not conformity with impact on current production : Containment+action required

Form 5407_attachment G_rev C

0
NA
0

0
NR
0

not required

not audited

Criteria

Process, all operations


NA: Not Audited
NR: Not Required
'0: Satisfactory
1: Potential failure: Action required
2: Non-conformity without impact on current production: Action required
3: Non-conformity with impact on current production: containment + action required

COMMENTS (MANDATORY IF QUOTED 1, 2 or 3)

Organization, procedures, documents


Documentation specific to the audited part:
- Are the working instructions displayed on workstation (dated and approved)?
- Is the control plan (or equivalent for operator level) displayed at the workstation?
PD1
- Is there a visual defect catalogue available and displayed?
- Is the procedure defined to avoid mixed components and finished goods?
- Are the record-sheets available as described in the control plan?
PD2

Lapsing/expiration
- Are the rules of lapsing/expiration defined (eg: elastomere for membranes, sand-cores, )?

Flow
PD3 - Is the flow between the operations defined?
- Is FIFO (First In First Out) defined?

Contingency plan
PD4 - In case of poka-yoke, machine or specific gage failure, is a procedure defined to contain the
process?

PD5

Storage and handling


- Is the inter-operation packaging defined?
- Are the storage areas defined?
- Is the storage procedure taking care of cleanliness?

KCC and CIC


- Are all KCC and CIC identified in the control plan, P-FMEA and working instructions?
PD6 - Is statistical monitoring (eg: SPC) defined for each KCC / CIC?
- In particular, is 100% inspection for capabilities below required level in place? Notified on the control
plan?

Gages & machines (set-up, maintenance, use, calibration) for the specific part
- Is maintenance plan adhered to workstation?
- Are the machine settings parameters defined?
- Are the tool lists defined?
PD7 - Is the set-up and change-over procedure defined?
- Are the parts used for set-up managed in adequate manner (identification, ...)?
- Are the acceptance limits used for set-up taking into account the capabilities for each parameter?
- Is a procedure defined to ensure that gages are identified/calibrated periodically?
- Is the plan to manage/maintain/calibrate the poka-yoke clearly defined?

Training and skills


PD8 Is the skill matrix available and up-dated on regular basis?
Are operators trained to use quality instruments?

PD9 Is the control plan adequate to meet the quality target ?

PD10 Process flow has all elements needed ? (including P-Y, rework processes)

PD11 Is a ECP (Early Containment Plan) defined, in place, and adequate?

Are all the failure modes identified in the P-FMEA ? (see each dwg. + doc. statement)
- Are all RPN<32 (50) ?

Rework
- Are the parts susceptible to be reworked isolated, identified and protected against damages?
PD13 - Which are the possible reworks?
- Are the operators trained according to approved documents?
- How a reworked part is identified in HON TS plant?

Non conformities
- Is the process defined to isolate non-conform components?
PD14 - Are the roles and responsabilities defined for scrap boxes management?
- Are the roles and responsabilities defined to manage storage of non-conforms?
- Is a rework procedure defined? Agreed with HON TS?

PD12

Organization - procedures: Sub total


N
Criteria
People - workforce:

1
NA

0
NR

13
0

Specific qualifications
PW1 - If specific habilitation is required: does the operator have valid habilitation?
- Are enough people trained to cover the expected capacity?

Knowledge/respect of procedures
- Is the working instruction known?
- Is the control plan known and followed (including filling of record-sheets)?
- Is the contingency plan known?
PW2 - Is the management of poka-yoke known?
- Is the visual defect catalogue known?
- Is the procedure of non-conformity management known and applied?
- Is the identification+storage procedure respected (eg: color boxes ...)?
- Are the records requested by the control available?

Quality risks
- Is the operator aware of quality risk at his operation?
- Does the operator know what is the impact on the next operation?
PW3 - Does the operator know what is the impact on the final product?
- Is the operator aware of defined reaction procedure in case of non-conformities?
- Is the operator aware of purpose of the poka-yoke?
- What are the risks of having one gage out of calibration?

Special characteristic and Safety / Regulation and ESD


- Is the operator aware of presence and justification of critical caracteristic?
- In case of SPC, is the operator aware of SPC rules and reaction modes?
PW4 - Does the operator know specific symbol?
- Does the operator understand what is a capability?
- Does the operator know if his machine is capable?
- Why CIC are important? Give some examples of issues?

People - workforce : sub total


N
Criteria
Component - Product - Material
Product identification / status of parts
- Are the components at the station identified according to their status (before/after operation, control
PM1 done/not done, )?
- Is the marking of the component in accordance with the HON TS specifications ?
- Are parts entering in an operation clearly segregated by the parts resulting from op?
PM2

Traceability / follow-up sheet


- Is the status of the product clearly defined (OP number, control status, part number, )

Quality records
- Are the controls done as per working instructions and control plan?
PM3 - Are associated records available?
- In the history of records, if non-conformity has been detected, has any containment activity been
rolled-out? Was it validated by qualified personnel?
PM4

Product packaging
- Is the internal operation packaging adequate to ensure product integrity?

Form 5407_attachment H_rev C

0
NA

0
NR

4
0

0
1

0
2

0
3

0
1

0
2

0
3

Applicable to OP no.

Product change management


PM5 - Is the current revision of the drawing being used on process, documents, instructions?
- In case of various dash numbers, are the variants properly managed in the workshop?

Specials caracteristic et S/R


- Do all the KCC and CIC meet QCI-9310-190?
PM6 - Are the individual measurements of KCC (5 parts report) included in the capability distribution?
- In particular, is 100% inspection for capabilities below required level in place? Notified on the control
plan?

Product dimensional conformity


PM7 - Are all the dimensions recorded conform to HON TS specification?
- Are the parts in accordance with all QCIs (eg: 9310-020, 023, 024, 122, )?

Non conformities
- Has the normal control plan identified non-conformities?
- Has a pass-thru defect been detected out-side normal control plan?
- If yes, are the non-conform parts identified as per supplier procedure?
- Has proper containment plan been put in place?
- Were the non-conformities identified in the P-FMEA?

PM8

Component - Product Material : sub total


N
Criteria
Equipment

PE1

0
NA

0
NR

Identification of means (machines, gages)


- Are the gages and masters at the station identified?
- Are tools paid by Honeywell identified "HON TS property"?
- Is a list of critical component available (which determine process stoppage)?

8
0

0
1

0
2

0
3

0
1

0
2

0
3

4
0
0
1
37
0
100%
0.333

0
2
0

0
3
0

Capability/MSA
- Have the gages R&R studies been performed (at least for all KCC and CIC)?
- Is the gage device adequate to measure the parameter? (eg: 3 points contact for circularity)
PE2 - Does the manufaturing process demonstrate required capability as per QCI-9310-190?
- Are statistical records documented? Analyzed? And corrective actions undertaken in timely manner?
- Are Scrap rate and rework at target (10% for cast and 5 % for machined)
- Are the equipment in place and fully operational (Final layout, automatic mode,....)

Poka-Yoke, mistake proofing


PE3 - Are the poka-yoke identified?
- Are the poka-yoke periodical validated in accordance with the control plan?

PE4

The toolings and machines used are deffinitive ?


- are they named in the process flow?

Contingency plan
- In the subsitute mode in case of poka-yoke failure available?
PE5
- How can be replaced a gage in case of accidental failure?
- What if a critical component of machines is failed and replaced by a different one?
PE6

Storage and handling


- Is the storage adequate to secure product integrity?

Gages and machines (set-up, maintenance, use, calibration)


- Are the gages calibrated (date still valid)?
PE7 - Is the maintenance plan displayed on the machine and up-to date?
- Is a procedure in place to rotate operators at visual inspection station?
- Are spare parts for equipment and gages available ?

Non conformities
PE8 - Are the non conform parts identified, segragated and separated from the manufacturing process?
- Is there a quarantine area established, secured and properly identified?

Equipment : sub- total


N
Criteria
house keeping - conditions
PC1

0
NA

0
NR

Order, cleanliness and environment


- Is the station clean? (machine, ground, toolings, )
- Is there any tooling or parts not stored in adequate area?
- Are all the parts stored out of standard (defined) places properly identified ?

Lighting
PC2 - Is the lighting adequate to perform visual inspection?
- Has the operator the necessary visual accuracy ?

PC3

Flow
- Is the flow adequate to avoid mix, damages?
- Is the single piece flow implemented? If not, is the justification acceptable?
- Is the ergonomy of the station adequate?

Health and safety


PC4 - Are the rules of safety defined and applied? (ear protection, masks, gloves )
- Are the working conditions compliant? (noise, vibration, smokes, temp, )
House keeping at workstation : sub total
N
Criteria
Total
Confidence Level (%) 38 lines
Global contribution of confidence level
Legend
NR : Not required
NA : Not audited
0 : Satisfactory
1 : Potential failure: Action required
2 : Not conformity without impact on current production : Action required
3 : Not conformity with impact on current production : Containment+action required

Form 5407_attachment H_rev C

8
0

1
0
NA
1

0
NR
0

not required

not audited

Criteria

QUALITY DEPLOYMENT
NA: Not Audited
NR: Not Required
'0: Satisfactory
1: Potential failure: Action required
2: Non-conformity without impact on current production: Action required
3: Non-conformity with impact on current production: containment + action required

COMMENTS (MANDATORY IF QUOTED 1, 2 or 3)

Organization - procedures

QD1

Documentation specific to the audited part:


- Procedure related to gage management - known by people, respected ?
- Are all the latest QCI/PI/drawing revision available in quality department?
- Is the measurement protocol available?
- Is the measurement protocol validated by HON TS?
- Is a procedure defined to calibrate all gages?

QD2

Flow
- Is the flow for parts entering in quality department defined?
- How the parts are identified (process step, stage of inspection, date) ?

QD3

Capacity ramp-up plan


- Is ramp-up plan clear ?
- The quality risks are assessed?
- The delays are secured?

QD4

Storage and handling


- Is a flow defined for parts arriving in metrology up to return in the workshop?

QD5

Special characteristics KCC and CIC


- Are the process capabilities assessed and reviewed on regular basis?
- Is a procedure defined to react in case of capabilities not reaching QCI-9310-190 requirements?

QD6

Gages & machines (set-up, maintenance, use, calibration) for the specific part
Are the gages seen on workstation recorded in a database ensuring periodic calibration and
conformity?

QD7

Actions in case of MSA/Capabilities NC


- Are run R&R values > 10 % ? What is done in such case?
- Is R&R NC value contained (e.g. by adjusting tollerance)? Alternative method investigated?
- Same if a capability is NC

QD8

Non conformities
- Is the process defined to isolate non-conform components?
- Are the roles and responsabilities defined for scrap boxes management?
- Are the roles and responsabilities defined to manage storage of non-conforms?
- Is a rework procedure defined? Agreed with HON TS?

Organization - procedures: Sub total


N
Criteria
People - workforce:

0
NA

0
NR

Training and qualification


QW1 - Is the quality operator/technician audited identified and certified (eventually a skill matrix)?
- Does quality dpt store production operators certification of various gage usage?
QW2

Specific qualifications
- If specific habilitation is required: does the operator/technician have valid habilitation ?

0
NA

0
NR

5
0

Traceability / follow-up sheet


- Is product sampled identified in production records;
QM2 - Products reintroduced in flow are marked / recorded ?
- How the operators know quality decision?
- Quality decision is taken in real time ? (to not compromise eventual sorting operations)

Quality records
- Are the controls done as per working instructions and control plan?
QM3 - Are associated records available? (including interpretation)
- In the history of records, if non-conformity has been detected, has any containment activity been
rolled-out?

Product change management


QM5 - Is the current revision of the drawing being used on process, documents, instructions?
- In case of various dash numbers, are the variants properly managed in the workshop?

Special characteristics and S/R


QM6 - KCC and CIC controlled in metrology meet QCI-9310-190 ?
- The samples selected for capability studies are rapresentative for the entire batch ?

Full Dimensional report


- the parts are sampled from serial production?
- the dimensional reports are identifying all Honeywell hexagons (and numbers)?
QM7
- is selected at least 1 part / cavity / clamping device / specific tooling apparently identic?
- if the values for KCC / CIC are introduced in capability studies the capability remains OK?
- are all normal characteristics covered?

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0
2

0
3

Product packaging
- Is the internal operation packaging adequate to ensure product integrity?

0
1

Product identification / status of parts


- Are the components in quality areas identified OP / NC / controls / date / owner ?

QM4

0
3

Special characteristic and Environmental / Safety / Regulation


- Is the operator aware of presence and justification of critical caracteristic?
- In case of SPC, is the operator aware of SPC rules and reaction modes?
QW5 - Does the operator know specific symbol?
- Does the operator understand what is a capability?
- Does the operator know if his machine is capable?
- Why CIC are important? Give some examples of issues?

QM1

0
2

Quality risks
- Is the operator aware of quality risk at his operation?
- Is the operator aware of defined reaction procedure in case of non-conformities?
- How an operator can know all gage are calibrated and in validity period?

People - workforce : sub total


Criteria
Component - Product - Material

0
1

Knowledge/respect of procedures
- Are the procedures known?
- Is the control plan known and followed (including filling of record-sheets)?
QW3 - Is the contingency plan known?
- Is the procedure of non-conformity management known and applied?
- Is the identification+storage procedure respected (eg: color boxes ...)?
- Are the records requested by the control available?

QW4

8
0

Product dimensional conformity


- Preferable to attended to full measurement on 2 parts (necessary for each config. different).
QM8 - Cleanliness analysis should be attended (not necessary / each audit if everything was OK).
- Are all the dimensions conform to HON TS specification?
- Are the parts in accordance with all QCIs (eg: 9310-020, 023, 024, 122, )?
Component - Product Material : sub total
Criteria
Equipment

QE1

0
NA

0
NR

Identification of means (machines, gages)


- Are the gages and masters at the stations identified?
- Are they valid?
- Is the traceability ensured to national standards?

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0

0
1

0
2

0
3

0
1

0
2

0
3

3
0
0
1
31
0
100%
0.333

0
2
0

0
3
0

Capability/MSA
- Have the gages R&R studies been performed? (results >10% or 30% contained)
QE2 - Is the gage device adequate to measure the parameter? (accuracy, specifics)
- Are statistical records documented? Analyzed?
- Are the equipment in place and fully operational (Final layout, automatic mode,....)

Poka-Yoke, mistake proofing


- Are all failure modes covered?
QE3 - Can be missed (by-passed)? See analyse also for production equipments
- Is periodical analysed against pre-defined parameters of normal functionality?
- Are kept records of periodical verifications? The parameters degradation is under control?

QE4

Substitution process
- Is the subsitute mode in case of gage failure available?

Storage and handling


QE5
- Is the storage of quality equipments adequate to secure product integrity?

Correlation (max. 20% of tolerance / individual part admissible)


- min. on 2 parts (preferable 5);
QE6 - mandatory for all KCCs and CIC;
- necessary also for normal characteristics found in ISIR near tolerance limit;
- method and instruments should be clear for both HON TS plant and supplier

QE7

Non conformities
- Are the non conform parts identified, segragated and separated from the manufacturing process in
quality areas ?
- Is there a quarantine area established, secured and properly identified?

Equipment : sub- total


Criteria
house keeping (conditions)

1
0
NA

0
NR

Order, cleanliness and environment


- Is the metrology room maintained under adequate ambiant temperature and humidity?
- Are the different gages isolated from ground vibrations?
QC1
- Is the station clean?
- Is there any tooling or parts not stored in adequate area?
- Are all the parts store in the officice properly identified ?
QC2

Lighting
- Is the lighting adequate?

Flow
QC3 - Is the flow adequate to avoid mix, damages?
- Is the ergonomy of the station adequate?
House keeping at workstation : sub total
N
Criteria
Total
Confidence Level (%) 31 lines
Global contribution of confidence level
Legend
NR : Not required
NA : Not audited
0 : Satisfactory
1 : Potential failure: Action required
2 : Non-conformity without impact on current production : Action required
3 : Non-conformity with impact on current production : Containment+action required

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0

1
0
NA
0

0
NR
0