Positive recall

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Positive recall is a term used in quality systems, most notably ISO9000. It is part of receiving inspection procedures.[1] It defines the concept that if a producer or manufacturer receives a product or process that requires inspection and it wishes to postpone the inspection process, it must have a system in place that will ensure that the postponed inspection process will take place at some point prior to final product/process acceptance. In ISO 9000 it is defined as clause 4.10.2.3, also known as Urgent production release.[2]

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  1. ^ "Receiving Inspection Procedure ISO 9001 2015 | QP1210". Bizmanualz Blog. Retrieved 2022-08-08.
  2. ^ "Exploring ISO 9000 - Part 16 Control of Quality Records". www.moldmakingtechnology.com. Retrieved 2022-08-09.