Featured Product
This Week in Quality Digest Live

More Features

MasterControl’s Matt Lowe talks competition, data, and what quality does for a company
Autonomous machines snip weeds and preserve crops without herbicides
Alliance will help processors in the US, Canada, and Mexico
To solve thorny problems, you can’t have either a purely internal or external view
Noncontact scanning for safer, faster, more accurate, and cost-effective inspections
Makes it easy to perform all process steps, from sample observation to data analysis
General, state-specific, and courses with special requirements available
Using Raman spectroscopy for graphene and related 2D materials

More News

Joseph J. Caylor

What’s in It for Me?: Work Instruction No. 1

Defective material report

Published: Monday, June 9, 2008 - 22:00

ABC Company Work Instruction

Purpose: To initiate a DMR for internal nonconformance, subcontractor nonconformance, rework, or sorting.

Work description: A DMR is used to determine the nature of defect(s), establish a temporary remedy, determine the apparent root cause, establish corrective action, and do preventive planning for internal nonconformance and subcontractor nonconformance.

Safety considerations: Observe all written and oral safety instructions, appropriate checklists, and guidelines. Practice safe workplace practices.

Maintenance: None

Special Procedures: None


Back to the article, “What’s in It for Me?


About The Author

Joseph J. Caylor’s default image

Joseph J. Caylor

Joseph J. Caylor is principal of Ceethree Co., a management systems consulting, training, and auditing company. He’s a Six Sigma Black Belt, a quality engineer, a quality auditor, and a calibration technician. He’s also certified by the American Society for Quality as a manager of quality and organizational excellence, and by the Registrar Accreditation Board as a quality systems and environmental systems auditor.