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APQP Process Assessment and Remedial Action Planning

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# Fundamentals of Product Quality Planning (APQP Foundation) Describe remedial actions Responsible person Compl date

1 Organize the Team

2 Define the Scope

3 Team to Team (Communication)

4 Training

5 Customer and Supplier Involvement

6 Simultaneous Engineering

7 Control Plans

8 Concern Resolution

9 Product Quality Timing Plan

10 Plans Relative to the Timing Chart


APQP Steps
11 1.0 Plan and define program
Inputs

12 1.1 Voice of the customer

13 1.1.1 Market research

14 1.1.2 Historical warranty and quality information

15 1.1.3 Team experience

16 1.2 Business plan/marketing strategy

17 1.3 Product/process benchmark data

18 1.4 Product/process assumptions

19 1.5 Product reliability studies

20 1.6 Customer inputs


Outputs

21 1.7 Design goals

22 1.8 Reliability and quality goals

23 1.9 Preliminary bill of material


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24 1.10 Preliminary process flow chart

25 1.11 Preliminary listing of special product and process characteristics

26 1.12 Product assurance plan

27 1.13 Management support


28 2.0 Product design and development
Inputs: Results of steps 1.7 - 1.13

29 2.1 Design failure mode and effects analysis (DFMEA)

30 2.2 Design for manufacturability and assembly

31 2.3 Design verification

32 2.4 Design reviews

33 2.5 Prototype build - control plan

34 2.6 Engineering drawings (including math data)

35 2.7 Engineering specifications

36 2.8 Material specifications

37 2.9 Drawing and specification changes

38 2.10 New equipment, tooling and facilities requirements

39 2.11 Special product and process characteristics

40 2.12 Gages/testing equipment requirements

41 2.13 Team feasibility commitment and management support


42 3.0 Process design and development
Inputs: Results of steps 2.1 - 2.13

43 3.1 Packaging standards

44 3.2 Product/process quality system review

45 3.3 Process flowchart

46 3.4 Floor plan layout

47 3.5 Characteristics matrix

48 3.6 Process failure mode and effects analysis

49 3.7 Pre-launch control plan

50 3.8 Process instructions

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51 3.9 Measurement systems analysis plan

52 3.10 Preliminary process capability study plan

53 3.11 Packaging specifications

54 3.12 Management support


55 4.0 Product and process validation
Inputs: Results of steps 3.1 - 3.12

56 4.1 Production trial run

57 4.2 Measurement systems evaluation

58 4.3 Preliminary process capability study

59 4.4 Production part approval

60 4.5 Production validation testing

61 4.6 Packaging evaluation

62 4.7 Production control plan

63 4.8 Quality planning sign-off and management support


64 5.0 Feedback, assessment and corrective action
Inputs: Results of steps 4.1 - 4.8

65 5.1 Reduced variation

66 5.2 Customer satisfaction

67 5.3 Delivery and service

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