Discussion in 'ISO 9001:2015 - Quality Management Systems' started by jaltangerel, Mar 4, 2018.
What is mean "output of operational planning" on the clause 8.1 Note?
There is planning àt high level (strategic ) and production level (operational)
Hope this helps
When planning, for example, the manufacture of a component made to meet a customer specification (drawing) it is normal to plan the steps of manufacture and write them down. Most manufacturing facilities have more than 2 or 3 people so this plan becomes important to ensure the right result. A shop traveller, job card, router or similarly-named document is used to describe the "route" through the various processes of manufacture:
Op 10: Cut blank
Op 20: Machine face
Op 30: Drill and tap M25
Op 40: Deburr
Op 50: Oil and pack
Does this help?
Thank you Qualmx.
But I've confused difference between 6.2 and 8.1.
I don't know it is correct or incorrect thinking about planning on clause 6.2 . We made all level plan shown below picture /on clause 6.2
Thank you Andy.
Below is some part of operation plan example of Production. Can the operation plan be the like the below ?
There is Establish operational plan process in 8.1. The yellow one is understood as a operational plan. is it right? Have you more example O.Plan?
6.2 is for the achievement of the quality objectives.
Looks good to me!
Actually, the statement "The output of this planning shall be suitable for the organization’s operations" is not under a Note.
There are various forms of this "output" of operational planning. It's a description on how a product is going to be produced/built or how a service is going to be delivered. The output depends on the nature of the business of the organization. Just to cite some examples:
Manufacturing companies have control plans, QC process sheets, or quality control plans;
Construction companies call this as project execution plan;
Hospitals or patient care service providers use clinical pathways;
Schools like universities call it curriculum or syllabus;
Project management type of services use project brief or project plan
Separate names with a comma.