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  • n. Plural form of nonconformance.


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  • The USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service, or AMS, which buys commodities for the school-lunch program and for government feeding for infants and the elderly, "took no corrective action against suppliers with recurring deviations [known as nonconformances], numerous commodity complaints, and products that tested positive for prohibited pathogens," the report noted.

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  • * An itemized listing of specific noncompliances and nonconformances with system specifications or with procedural/process requirements.

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  • * An aggregate evaluation of the overall potential safety and cost impacts associated with the collective set of noncompliances and nonconformances, where determined to be required.

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  • Differentiation must be made between nonconfor mances that impair the plant's function and nonconformances that merely prevent optimal utilization

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  • Second step was to expand the process of prevention of nonconformance versus performance of inspection to detect nonconformances.

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  • Proper documentation and follow up of nonconformances

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  • Serves as Quality representative on the Materials Review Board and assists in the investigations of nonconformances;

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  • - Provide document review and resolution of nonconformances within various departments of the facility

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  • - Review all activities and nonconformances related to pharmaceutical drug product manufacturing

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  • These alleged problems included nonconformances in casting and in non-destructive testing.

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