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Hi Chris,

In the section Part 2, 8.3.6, you suggested that if the design is simple, we could use a single document to captures all design related information in one place, namely the “Design Control Form”, DCF. I really think that this would be a great idea, as the product in my company is really simple.

Currently we have a bunch of design information for each product, and use ECN to control subsequent design change. There are much information inside our ECN, and it looks fine to me actually. Information like change method (running or immediate change), inventory control for obsoleted material, updated drawings version, BOM revision and so on is all around in the ECN. should I dump the entire ECN content into the DCF? or adopting DCF with design change information being exlcuded?

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I think use the DCF but then defer your change data to your ECN. Remove that section from the DCF. That’s how many companies do it, and the ECN typically handles changes better anyway.

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Christopher Paris said
I think use the DCF but then defer your change data to your ECN. Remove that section from the DCF. That’s how many companies do it, and the ECN typically handles changes better anyway.  

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Hi Chris

First of all. Thank you so very much writting Surviving ISO 9001:2015. Together with your free template Kit it makes my job much much easier and fun (well – at least reading your book is quitre entertaining)

But as you know, the “rich” wants more. In the chapter regarding Design and Development you write that “A sample Design Control Form (DCF) is available on the Oxebridge website”. 

I can’t find this sample form. Has it been removed or can you guide me to its location?

Best regards

Martin 

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Good catch. I uploaded it quickly and will add it formally to the next update of the kit. For now you can grab it by going here:

https://www.oxebridge.com/emma…..awer=forms

Scroll down until you find the document called Form – Design Control Form.docx.

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Christopher Paris said
Good catch. I uploaded it quickly and will add it formally to the next update of the kit. For now you can grab it by going here:
https://www.oxebridge.com/emma…..awer=forms
Scroll down until you find the document called Form – Design Control Form.docx.  

Hi Chris,

The last section of the form is about design approval (or may be design release …). It goes straight from design validation to design changes, following the 2008 version of the standard.

1. The step “design approval” (in the form) is not mentioned at relevant procedure (template).

2. The step “design changes” (in the procedure) is not included in the control form.

The whole things need to be harmonized in the upcoming update.

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