nonconformance


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This did happen, and the advice, according to the QA chief, was not to conditionally accept the item because the nonconformance was critical.
In addition to these two reporting requirements, contractors would be required to screen reports in the GIDEP database to avoid the use and delivery of items that are counterfeit, suspected to be counterfeit or contain a major or critical nonconformance.
In addition, the command's environmental stewardship program received no notices of violation or nonconformance during fiscal years 2008 and 2009.
Furthermore, the court reasoned that a unique hardship could not arise from the dimensions of the Cullens' lot when such nonconformance was typical in the district.
Evidence of issues such as nonconformance or corrective and preventive action can be proven through documentation of program requirements and the company's achievements and employee awareness of the certification standards and the ways in which the company complies.
Editor's Note: For more complete information on the issue of nonconformance penalties (NCPs) for heavy-duty diesel engines, see: http://www.
Although idsCATS was designed to track all types of nonconformance, it is said to be extremely useful for those involved in tight tolerance or high-quality plastics processing applications, such as electrical/electronic, automotive, aerospace, and medical.
Crosby[3] states that the only measure of quality is the price of nonconformance (PONC).
The Cost of Quality may be divided into two categories (figure 3, right): the Price of Conformance (POC) and the Price of Nonconformance (PONC).
An early step in our TQM was to calculate the cost of the ideal--that is, routine daily operations when all goes well--and then estimate the cost of nonconformance to that standard.