Explanation metal

To prevent the physical hazard: particles from entering the through breakage, a visual takes place at the end of the work or before the start of the next . During this check all equipment, tools, and etc. are visually checked.

  • In of breakage / of breakage, repair and / or replacement will take place.
  • In case of missing parts / breakage, the remaining batches are quarantined and checked. This can be done via a hired metal detector. If is not possible, or the part is not found (visually), the batch will be destroyed.
  • Products with (possibly) metal that have already been delivered will be retrieved from the .
  • All are recorded in iMIS .
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