Engineering Documentation Control / Configuration Management Standards Manual
Get to know a key ingredient to world-class product manufacturing With this manual, you have the best of the best management practices for the configuration management processes. It goes a long way toward satisfying Total Quality Management, FDA, GMP, Lean CM and ISO/QS/AS 9XXX process documentation requirements. The one requirement common to all those standards is to document the processes and to do what you document.
Introduction ix Questions and Answers xiii Part I Company EDC/CM Policy 1 1 Policy Statement 3 EDC/CM Manager Job Description 7 Part II Basic Standards 9 2 Writing CM Standards 11 3 CM Requirements for Drafting Standards 15 4 Technical Document Groups 17 5 Teams for All CM Processes 21 6 Cognizant Engineers 25 7 Part Numbers 27 8 Quantity and Units of Measure 33 9 Bills of Material 35 10 Approved Manufacturers List (AML) 37 11 Deviations 39 12 Spares List 43 13 Prints/Point of Use/Paperless 45 14 Signatures 47 15 Class Coding/Naming Conventions/Group Technology 49 16 Tabulated Documents 53 17 Nameplate and Serial Number 55 Part III Product and Document Release Process 57 18 Release Policy 59 19 Team in Release 63 20 Phase Release 65 Part IV Change Request Process 69 21 Change Request Policy 71 22 Team in Request 75 23 Request Form 77 Part V Change Control Process 81 24 Change Control Policy 83 25 Team in Change 89 26 Change Form 91 27 Interchangeability 99 28 Part Number & Revision Level Changes 101 29 Change Classification 103 30 Mark Up of Design Documents 105 31 Effectivity 109 32 Effectivity Management 111 33 Disposition of Old Design Parts 115 34 Impacted/Affected by a Change 117 35 Product Improvements 119 36 Change Design Complete 121 37 Actual Effectivity Tracking 125 38 Line-Down Change 129 39 Closing a Change 131 40 Tracing Changes 133 Part VI Changing Product shipped - Field Changes 135 41 Change of Field Units 137 42 Field Change Policy 139 43 Field Change Order Form 141 Part VII Odds and Ends 143 44 Costing Design Changes 145 45 Data Dictionary 151 46 System Measurements 153 47 Users Guide/CM Plan 157 48 Acronyms and Definitions 163 Author Biogaphy 173
Frank Watts graduated in engineering from the University of Illinois engineering and has more than 48 years of industrial and consultation experience. He is an NDIA Certified Configuration and Data Manager. He founded his own company to specialize in configuration management and has presented seminars on the subject to over 4,000 product manufacturing people. He is the author of the best-selling Engineering Documentation Control Handbook which is now in its 4th edition. Frank has guided the development of the engineering change control process at many companies and made significant contributions toward improving the new product release process, installed ERP systems, new numbering systems, helped companies attain a single BOM database and guided reengineering of the CM processes. His industrial experience includes Caterpillar, Collins Radio, Control Data, Storage Technology, UFE and Archive.
This manual is applicable to any product manufacturing environment and enables passing government, commercial and ISO standards/specifications. Engineering Documentation Control — sometimes called Configuration Management or Product Lifecycle Management — is a key ingredient to world-class product manufacturing. In order to achieve best-in-class CM it is necessary to document what you do, do what you document and, preferably, continuously improve what you do. With this manual, companies can bridge the gap between engineering and manufacturing. While there are many commercial, military and agency standards, this manual is directed at how to achieve best-in-class processes which are "make sense," fast, accurate, efficient, effective, measured and well understood. With this manual, you have the best of the best management practices for the configuration management processes. They also go a long way toward satisfying Total Quality Management, FDA, GMP, Lean CM and ISO/QS/AS 9XXX process documentation requirements. The one requirement common to all those standards is to document the processes and to do what you document. Audience This Standards Manual will be used by industrial engineers, designers, draftsmen, release?& change processors, document control, production control, master schedulers, and management people in all manufacturing areas.
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