1. Is there a template for receiving inspection and dock audit?
There is no template for receiving inspection and dock audit.
Receiving inspection should be done according to the technical drawing of the product received. A number of samples, measured values, and specifications, visual result, certificate check result, packaging, labeling, weight, etc controls should be found on the relevant form. As you know dock audit is ‘’ a quick, final inspection of finished products before they are sealed, boxed, and approved for shipping. It is a visual inspection typically performed by quality control inspectors on the shipping dock of a warehouse shortly before the product is loaded onto a freight truck for delivery.
So, if it covers the above topics, you can use your own list of questions for dock audit and receiving inspection.
2. What is the minimum criteria to satisfy IATF requirements?
Dock audit is not a requirement for IATF 16949:2016, but you should do it if you have a customer's specific requirement. Receiving inspection should be made and should be measured according to the technical drawing of the product received, and if necessary, results such as appearance, weight, quantity, certificate control, etc.