Check of the absence of .


iMIS specifies in which department no wood may be present. By these departments there is in the the question “wood absent”. In other departments wood may be present because it does not pose a or cannot be prevented. 
Check all departments with iMIS Audit and the findings.

Actions by abnormalities:

If wood is found where it is not allowed, the wood must be removed immediately. Record the measure taken.
The department manager must be made aware of the presence of wood.

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