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Slimmoon
Slimmoon
17:13 Mar-26-2009
Regarding NCR

Hi..
Who will fill in NCR , Root cause and corrective action . Quality ,or Production for any NC

 
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Ed T.
Ed T.
02:51 Mar-27-2009
Re: Regarding NCR
In Reply to Slimmoon at 17:13 Mar-26-2009 (Opening).

In my opinion, the NCR should be filled out by the organization's QA/QC Manager or his representative that received the NCR.
It should then be reviewed after corrective action has been performed by the NCR originator and if satisfied, closed out.

 
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K.Durga Rao
Consultant, - General Manager (Technical)
Asia Power Projects Pvt Ltd, India, Joined May 2009, 3

K.Durga Rao

Consultant, - General Manager (Technical)
Asia Power Projects Pvt Ltd,
India,
Joined May 2009
3
12:29 Mar-27-2009
Re: Regarding NCR
In Reply to Slimmoon at 17:13 Mar-26-2009 (Opening).

In my view it can be done in two ways; (a) If the non conformity was noticed by production department during manufacture of the goods before it was offered for inspection checks, head of that production section had to raise an NCR and that NCR had to be countersigned by the respective quality control engineer of that section. After the non conformity was attended by the production department, this had to be once again countersigned by the respective quality control engineer confirming the conformity and finally this NCR had to be closed by the management reprasentative of Quality control department. (b) If the non-conformity was noticed by the quality control engineer during his inspection, the NCR had to be raised by that quality control engineer and it had to be countersigned by the production dapartment head. Once this non coformity was resolved, the same quality control engineer had to countersign the NCR confirming the conformity and it had to be closed by the management reprasentative of Quality control department.

 
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S.V.Swamy
Engineering, - Material Testing Inspection & Quality Control
Retired from Nuclear Fuel Complex , India, Joined Feb 2001, 787

S.V.Swamy

Engineering, - Material Testing Inspection & Quality Control
Retired from Nuclear Fuel Complex ,
India,
Joined Feb 2001
787
03:45 Mar-28-2009
Re: Regarding NCR
In Reply to K.Durga Rao at 12:29 Mar-27-2009 .

Dear Durga Rao garu,

Very good advice. Both production and QA/QC are to be involved at all stages of NCR resolution.

Swamy
QA and NDT Expert

 
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Abbas Bombaywala
NDT Inspector
Free Lance, India, Joined Jul 2007, 93

Abbas Bombaywala

NDT Inspector
Free Lance,
India,
Joined Jul 2007
93
06:54 Mar-29-2009
Re: Regarding NCR
In Reply to Slimmoon at 17:13 Mar-26-2009 (Opening).

Hi Dear All

I Think Design department should also be involved there should be also comments and signature from Design Department that whether it is accepted or if it is affecting some change in Design part of view then he will raise a DCR to client and upon client acceptance of that DCR the NCR will be closed.

With Regards.
Abbas Zoher

 
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