As the title says, I've been assigned to look at a process and decide what, if any validation needs to be done. It is a final acceptance test. A part is manually moved to verify it bends to the proper angles. The unit is placed on a board with markings to show the correct angles. This board is not calibrated, maybe it should be? With visual checks every year or 2 to verify the marks are still readable? Torque on a knob is also checked with a calibrated torque wrench. We will be recording the ID number of the wrench. Since these functions are not checked again before shipping, my boss wants to know what kind of PQ or what not should be done. I don't see a need to do any PQ, maybe maybe a R&R with the angle board or the torque wrench? I'm not even sure that is really needed. Thoughts?