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ISO 10007:2017 pdf free.Quality management一Guidelines for configuration management
Configuration information comprises both definition and operational information. This typically includes requirements, specifications, design drawings, parts lists, data models, test specifications,handbooks (for commissioning, maintenance and operation), plus any specific requirements concerning decommissioning and disposal.
Configuration information should be relevant and traceable. Naming and numbering conventions should be established that are unique and ensure proper control of both configuration items and data and items associated with them. These should take into consideration the existing naming and numbering conventions of the organization and the change control information, such as revision status.
After the initial release of configuration information, all changes should be controlled. The potential consequence of a change, customer requirements and the configuration baseline will affect the degree of control needed to process a proposed change or concession.
The process for controlling the change should be documented and should include the following:
a) a description of, justification for and documented information of the change;
b) a categorization of the change, in terms of complexity, resources and scheduling;
c) an evaluation of the consequences of the change;
d) details of how the change should be dispositioned;
e) details of how the change should be implemented and verified.
NOTE Some organizations use terms such as “waivers” or “deviations” instead of “concession”.
A change can be initiated by the organization, by a customer, or by an external provider. Prior to submission for evaluation to the dispositioning authority (see 4.2), all change proposals should be identified and retained as documented information.
Change proposals should typically include the following information:
a) configuration item(s) and related information to be changed, including details of their title(s) and current revision status;
b) a description of the proposed change;
c) details of other configuration items or information that can be affected by the change;
d) the interested party preparing the proposal and the date it was prepared;
e) the justification of the change;
f) the category of the change.
The status of change processing, the related decisions and the dispositions should be retained as documented information. A typical method for documenting change is the use of a standard form that is given a unique identification number for ease of identification and traceability.ISO 10007 pdf download.

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