corrective action


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corrective action

[kə′rek·tiv ′ak·shən]
(control systems)
The act of varying the manipulated process variable by the controlling means in order to modify overall process operating conditions.
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This is where organizations need to implement either corrective action or Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA).
FSCAs that fall under the category of other corrective actions are divided into two subcategories: corrections limited to labeling and corrections not limited to labeling.
To help clients programmatically drive issue resolution, StrategyDriven advisors compiled their decades of corrective action program experience into a library of best practice methods and tools easily accessible from our online forum.
Squadrons didn't follow up, let too much time pass, or took inadequate corrective actions.
Help contracting officers negotiate solutions and corrective actions.
Monitoring systems enable companies to verify their actions, meet their objectives or provide an opportunity to take corrective action before problems linger.
Provides resources and procedures necessary to take appropriate corrective action as soon as possible after a selective disclosure of nonpublic material information.
Once a correlation is identified between downstream quality problems and upstream viscoelastic properties measured with the RPA, the Six Sigma team will work on finding the root cause(s) and what are the most cost-effective long-term corrective actions to be made.
The permittee should note in the maintenance log the cause of the visible emissions, the pressure drop and other pertinent operating parameters, as well as the corrective action taken.
The tone and type of documentation will vary depending on the type of complaint and the number of times corrective action is attempted, Document all corrective action taken.
Both ISO 9000 and QS 9000 require structured corrective action processes to ensure that causes of nonconformance are investigated and eliminated.
Application: The proposed "fingerprint" technique can identify the sources of problematic sheet variation, allowing the papermarker to take corrective action.

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