Document Templates

The quality of the documents you put into your document management system is as important as ensuring employees are looking at the correct revision.

Which ever way you decide to start a procedure, the Document Templates system in The Lean Machineā„¢ will start you off on the right foot.

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All of the activities that ISO 9001 or ISO 13485 requires, such as document control, audits, corrective actions, equipment maintenance, design control, and inventory management can have templates that are either blank but formatted documents, or pre-written procedures for those activities.

Here is a list of the procedures that can be purchased after you purchase The Lean Machineā„¢:

  • Quality Manual (53 pages, linked for easy navigation)
  • Document Control
  • Working with Controlled documents
  • Preparing Work Instructions
  • Control of Non-Conforming Product
  • Corrective and Preventive Actions
  • Continual Improvement
  • Customer Satisfaction, Feedback and Complaints
  • Design Control
  • Document Template
  • Document Training
  • Employee Training
  • Human Resources
  • Equipment Calibration and Maintenance
  • Final Inspections
  • Management Responsibility
  • Management Reviews
  • Order Processing – Catalog Products
  • Order Processing – Custom Products
  • Packaging, Labeling, and Shipping
  • Preservation and Protection of Company Data
  • Product Handling and Preservation
  • Product Identification and Traceability
  • Production Work Orders
  • Purchasing
  • Quality Audits
  • Quality Records
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Storage Areas
  • Supplier Evaluations
  • Verification of Purchased Product
  • Request More Information

 

 


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