of all specifications


: all specifications that are important for operations and


The specifications provide about the and services we buy and what they must fulfil. The specifications are also the input for our own information. The specifications are checked yearly with the quickscan and

  • Check all existing specifications on their last revision date, issue date, or draft date.
  • When a specification is older than 3 years this should be recorded.
  • Specifications older than 3 years must be re-applied. 

The end products are also checked yearly.

Actions by abnormalities:

  • All specifications older than 3 years should be requested again, or allow the to confirm that the existing specification is correct.
  • Save all correspondence.
  • See if the supplier has a contractual obligation to pass on . If agreements have been made regarding this, contact should be made with the supplier to correct this.
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