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Layered Process Audit Template

This Layered Process Audit Template can be used every shift by the shift supervisor when conducting LPA to check different aspects of production. This template covers: Communication, Workplace Organization & Environment, Set-Up, Operator, Certification/Standardized Work, Control Plan, First Time Quality, Measurement Systems, Containment/Rework, P.M. Activities.
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Are employees aware of any recent quality issues or customer complaints?
Is in-process & outgoing material properly identified?
Is traceability in place where required?
Is FIFO used?
Is nonconforming or suspect product identified and placed in a designated area?
Are proper containers used in production, including outgoing material?
Is workplace clean and orderly?
Are Visual Aids (required by the Control Plan) available?
Are Change Over instructions followed?
Operator Certification/Standardized Work
Are Operators following standardized work?
Are Operators certified on the job?
Control Plan
Are control plan checks made at the proper frequency, with the correct sample size and on the correct form?
Are product/process checks within specification? If not, are reaction plans being followed?
Are significant process events recorded?
First Time Quality
Are alarm limits being used?
Is a reaction plan available and being followed?
Measurement Systems
Are Error Proofing devices, gages and fixtures verified?
Are all gages (required by the Control Plan) available at the workstation? Are the gages numbered, calibrated and match the Control Plan?
Is containment information documented when the product is non-conforming?
Is rework/teardown completed per instructions with proper identification?
P.M. Activities
Are Preventive Maintenance activities complete to schedule?
Auditor Name and Signature
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Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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