Production Control, which procedures?


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To perform the CE marking, it is necessary to prepare Production Control Procedures, which are often confused and identified with procedures in accordance with ISO 9001.

The ISO 9001 standard for certification of business quality management system requires written procedures, however each company has its own in any case even without being ISO 9001, procedures are the tools to manage any company.

They are not always unique and written, they often change depending on the circumstances, but procedures are always  used otherwise business activities could not run.

The CE marking seeks to apply the quality criteria that refers exclusively to the product and its safety, so it determines that the manufacturer gives certain and continuous guarantees on how the production is handled, and the methods it uses must assure that the product quality is maintained.

Making good products is important, but besides this, it is also important to demonstrate how they are controlled during production and before the final release.

The quality of a product is guaranteed through traceability and identification that allows you to trace the production chain, from final control to design, by registering component suppliers, and how these suppliers are managed.

Knowledge of the production cycle is also crucial to guarantee the quality of each product.

The procedures are clearly internal documents of the company and will not be disclosed but must be remain available to the competent authorities in case of control to find out if the causes of a problem are due to unforeseeable factors or the producer’s liability.