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TIME CLOCK POLICY AND PROCEDURES

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Mike Falkenberg Created:   Aug 03, 2022 Last commented:   Aug 03, 2022

TIME CLOCK POLICY AND PROCEDURES

Our HR department has updated our Time Clock Policy and Procedure document and we are looking for a AS9100D clause number. Our last revision on the document has a ISO9001 Clause No. 6.3

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Mark Hammar Aug 03, 2022

First, it is important to note that neither AS9100 nor ISO 9001:2015 require a procedure for “time clock policy and procedure”, so there is no direct requirement telling you to create this document. Additionally, not every procedure needs to have a direct link back to AS9100, but if you choose to do so then you can certainly include this information.

I am assuming that the previous reference for ISO 9001 clause 6.3 is from the ISO 9001:2008 standard where this clause is about infrastructure because the ISO 9001:2015 version clause 6.3 is about planning for QMS changes. If this is the case then the new standard, both ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100 Rev D uses clause 7.1.3 for the infrastructure requirements. However, depending on the content of the procedure clause 7.1.2 might be more appropriate as this is the requirements around people resources.

To find out more on what is required in AS9100 in plain English see the whitepaper: Clause-by-clause explanation of AS9100 Rev D, http://info.advisera.com/9100academy/free-download/clause-by-clause-explanation-of-as9100-rev-d

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Mike Falkenberg Aug 03, 2022

I knew that it wasn't required but just took a shot that there is a clause for it...Thank you for the help!

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