ASME PVHO-2 pdf download MANDATORY APPENDIX I DEFINITIONS
7IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL OF ITEMS
a) Identification shall be maintained on all items orin documentation traceable to them.
(b) Controls shall be established to prevent use ofincorrect or defective items.
(c) The window fabricator,based on his judgment,shall also maintain additional identification and docu-
mentation to assure that significant prnbl ana aocH-identified and proper corrective action taken.
dy Traceability procedures shall be described in theQuality Assurance Manual.
e) Traceability of the completed window shall extendto identification of the immediate purchaser.
-8cONTROL OF PROCESSES
a) Processes affecting quality shall be controlled in
accordance with specifieduanty shall be controlled incontrol documents such as process sheets and travelers.
(b) Special processes affecting quality, such as bond-ing and examination, shall be performed by qualifiedpersonnel using qualified procedures referenced in thisStandard.
(a) Inspection shall be planned and controlled by thefabricator.
(b) These inspections shall verify conformance to doc-umented instructions, procedures, and drawingsdescribing the activities.
(c) Inspection results shall be documented.
(d) Inspection for acceptance shall be performed byqualified persons other than those who performed orsupervised the work.
(e) Inspection documents shall contain appropriatecriteria for determining that such activities have been
l-10 TEST CONTROL
(a)Testing required to demonstrate that the windowswill perform in accordance with this Standard shall beso defined, controlled, and documented.
(b) Tests shall be performed in accordance with writ-ten instructions stipulating acceptance criteria.
(c)Test results shall be recorded on the requiredforms.
(d) Examination, measurement, and testing equip-ment used for activities affecting quality shall be con-trolled, calibrated, and adjusted at specified periods tomaintain required accuracy.
(f) Calibrations shall be traceable to NationalStandards where such exist.
-11 HANDLING,STORAGE,AND SHIPPING
Handling, storage, cleaning, packaging, shipping, andpreservation of items shall be controlled to prevent dam-age or loss and to minimize deterioration, and shall bedocumented.
1-12DOCUMENTATION AND STATUS OF TEST
(a) The status of inspection and testing activities shallbe indicated either on the items or in records traceableto the items to ensure that required inspections and testsare performed.
b) Items that have satisfactorily passed requiredinspections and tests shall be identified.
(a) Items,services, or activities that do not conformto specified requirements shall be controlled to ensureproper disposition and prevent inadvertent use.
b) Controls shall provide for identification, docu-mentation, evaluation, segregation, when practical, anddisposition of nonconformances and notification toaffected organizations.
(c)Conditions adverse to quality shall be promptlyinvestigated, documented, evaluated, and corrected.d) In the case of a significant condition adverse toquality, the cause of the condition shall be determinedand corrective action taken to preclude recurrence.
(e) The identification, cause, and corrective actionplanned and taken for significant conditions shall bedocumented and reported to appropriate levels ofmanagement.
f) Follow-up action shall be taken to verify imple-mentation of corrective action.
-14QUALITY ASSURANCE RECORDS
(a) Records shall be specified, compiled, and main-tained to furnish documentary evidence that services,materials, items,and completed windows meet this andapplicable referenced standards.
b) Records shall be legible,identifiable,andretrievable.
ic Records shall be protected against damage, deteri-oration, or loss.
(d)Requirements and responsibilities for recordtransmittal, distribution, retention, maintenance, anddisposition shall be established and documented.