Material Review Board (MRB) ————————————————- Top of Form Quick Link Bottom of Form Scope This procedure covers determining the disposition of MRB material and identifying corrective action to prevent future discrepancies. Policy The Material Review Board (MRB) consists of representatives from the following departments: * Manufacturing Engineering * Materials * Quality * Purchasing Only the Material Review Board (MRB) can disposition material that fails inspection – that is, only MRB can decide to * scrap material rework completed assemblies * transfer MRB material to stock * return purchased items to the supplier (including customer-supplied production material) * regrade material Customer-supplied production material cannot be scrapped until the customer is first given the option to have the material returned. Regraded material * requiring rework must be reworked and inspected before it can be placed in stock * approved for “use as is” is moved directly to stock An MRB meeting is held daily to determine the disposition of all discrepant material.
Inspected material that does not conform to all inspection specifications * fails inspection * is transferred to MRB on the day the material fails inspection Inspection and test status is clearly marked on all material. An Inspection Tag [.. /FND/@FOR0711Y] * is required for all material moved to quality inspection or receiving inspection * describes the nature of any material defects or discrepancies * indicates the inspection and test status * indicates the originating discrete job/repetitive schedule, subinventory, or expense number * remains attached to the material for dentification purposes A purchase receipt traveler * is required for each incoming purchased item (or lot), including customer-supplied material and outside processing items * indicates the purchase order number * indicates the receipt-to subinventory of incoming purchased material * indicates the transfer-from subinventory of incoming purchased material * remains attached to the material for identification purposes Discrepant material is placed in a clearly labeled and restricted bin or area. Discrepant assemblies rejected from the shop floor are not scrapped from the discrete job/repetitive schedule * transacted to the reject intraoperation step of the discrete job/repetitive schedule A Material Requisition [.. /FND/@FOR0710Y] form is required to move MRB material to stock, a scrap bin, or a rework hold area. A Shipping Authorization [.. /FND/@FOR0688Y] is required to move MRB material to the shipping department for * return to the original supplier * return to the customer, in the case of customer-supplied material * consignment to an external rework supplier Responsibility
The Material Review Board (MRB) is responsible for deciding the disposition of all discrepant material. The Quality Inspector is responsible for * inspecting production material and customer returns * maintaining quality inspection documentation * moving inspected material out of MRB The Quality Manager is responsible for * ensuring that all MRB documentation is prepared and distributed * coordinating the daily MRB meeting The Receiving Inspector is responsible for * inspecting incoming purchased material * maintaining receiving inspection documentation * moving inspected material out of MRB
Distribution Inventory Control Manager* Manufacturing Engineering Manager* Production Control Manager* Purchasing Manager* Quality Inspector* Quality Manager* Receiving Inspector* Ownership The Director of Quality [[email protected] com? Subject=PRO1198Y] is responsible for ensuring that this document is necessary and that it reflects actual practice. Activity Preface This activity is performed daily. For purchased material rejected from receiving inspection, an Inspection Tag, a purchase receipt traveler, and a copy of the Discrepant Material Report (DMR) are attached to the material.
Refer to Moving Material from Receiving Inspection to MRB [.. /FND/@PRO1191Y]. For production material rejected from quality inspection, an Inspection Tag and a copy of the DMR are attached to the material. For customer returns rejected from quality inspection, an Inspection Tag, a copy of the DMR, and a copy of the Returned Material Authorization are attached to the material. The original DMR is filed in the MRB suspense file. The job title Material Review Board refers to the following: * Inventory Control Manager * Manufacturing Engineering Manager Production Control Manager * Purchasing Manager * Quality Manager The job title Inspector refers to one of the following: * Receiving Inspector * Quality Inspector Quality Manager 1. Determine whether any MRB material requires disposition. Oracle Inventory N > On-hand, Availability > On-hand Quantity Find On-hand Quantities * Check on hand quantities for the MRB subinventory. Oracle Work in Process N > Report Submit Requests * Select the WIP Location Report * Check for assemblies in the reject intraoperation step. If any MRB material requires disposition, goto task #3.
Otherwise, goto task #2. 2. Cancel the MRB meeting. * Contact the MRB members to inform them that there is no MRB material to disposition today. End of activity. 3. Pull the MRB documentation. * Pull the pending Discrepant Material Report (DMR) forms from the MRB suspense file. An original DMR should be on file for each pending MRB item. An RMA form is attached to the DMR if the MRB item is a customer return. * Verify that a DMR exists for each MRB item (or lot). The MRB cannot disposition material without a completed DMR. * Obtain any missing DMRs from the Inspector.
The DMR is prepared by the Inspector when material fails inspection and is transferred to the MRB receiving hold area or an MRB subinventory. Material Review Board 4. Determine the disposition of the discrepant material. The Quality Manager should bring the original DMR to the meeting. A copy of the DMR and an Inspection Tag should remain attached to the material. For customer returns, an RMA form should also remain attached to the material. For purchased material, a purchase receipt traveler should also remain attached to the material. 5.
Discuss potential corrective processes. Quality Manager 6. Record the disposition on the DMR. When rework is required, the disposition section of the DMR must specify: * the rework instructions and specifications * any components required to rework the parent item When the material is to be regraded, the disposition section of the DMR must * specify the regrade * indicate whether the regraded material can be used as is or requires rework 7. Obtain the required approval signatures on each DMR. 8. Document potential corrective processes.
The corrective processes identified by the MRB may require further evaluation and consensus from a quality assurance team before they are implemented. 9. Forward the DMR to the Inspector. * Forward the original DMR to the Receiving Inspector for MRB material rejected from Receiving Inspection. * Forward the original DMR to the Quality Inspector for MRB material rejected from Quality Inspection. A copy of the Credit Memo Acknowledgment (RMA) is attached to the DMR if this is a product return from a customer. A copy of the DMR, Inspection Tag, purchase receipt traveler (if applicable), and RMA (if applicable) remain attached to the material. If a customer product return is being moved to stock or rework, goto task #10. Otherwise, goto task #11. Inspector 10. Files the inspection documentation. * File a copy of the DMR and the Inspection Tag in the inspection history file, sequenced by item identifier within date. End of activity. 11. Determine the appropriate action. * Review the disposition instructions indicated on the DMR. The Receiving Inspector is responsible for moving material from the Receiving MRB hold area.
The Quality Inspector is responsible for moving material from MRB subinventories. End of activity. Goto Moving Material from MRB to Rework [.. /FND/@PRO1200Y], as needed. Goto Moving Material from MRB to Stock [.. /FND/@PRO1199Y], as needed. Goto Moving Material from MRB to the Scrap Bin [.. /FND/@PRO1201Y], as needed. Goto Returning Material to Vendors from MRB [.. /FND/@PRO1202Y], as needed. Effective: mm/dd/yy Copyright © 2004 Your Company. All rights reserved. Oracle® Tutor Copyright © 1997, 2004, Oracle. All rights reserved.