Equipment Decommission Quality Management SOP


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How to create an Equipment Decommission Procedure on how to dispose of lab equipment? Have a look at this Quality Management Procedure template and customize it according to your needs.

This is an example SOP with the objective that the laboratory equipment may be contaminated with dangerous materials that can become a safety hazard for anyone handling or using the equipment.  This procedure explains how to safely decommission equipment.  Items of concern include, but are not limited to: refrigerators, freezers, incubators, storage cabinets, glassware, water baths, shakers, and analytical instruments.

This SOP template is based on international standards and provides an example that shows how to write policies and procedures that together will form your Quality Management System (QMS). The size and complexity of your organization and its individual processes will determine if this Equipment decommission is useful for your organization. It will support and improve the existing Quality Management System works and controls that are already in place to manage each process. It demonstrates the commitment to meeting your customer expectations’ by delivering quality products and/or services.

By implementing this Equipment decommission in your organization, you will improve your Quality Management System or compliance with QMS systems such as ISO 9001. A QMS in its basic concept is not too complicated. Many organizations are struggling with the idea they are required to implement a lot of bureaucratic documents and protocols and ask themselves, whether or not it’s worth trying to develop such a seemingly complicated system. It is not necessarily a complicated system that is needed. Guidance on having clear and concise communication throughout the organization’s documents and between departments does also not have to be elaborated. 

This procedure ensures proper decommission of equipment.
how to dispose of equipment in the laboratory. The following table of contents is 
applicable:

  • Application, 
  • Objective,
  • Definitions,
  • References,
  • Responsibilities,
  • Operating mode,
  • Related documents,
  • Annex.

It’s important that you can set expectations from both management and employees and you follow a framework, such as ISO 9001, in order to prevent making it too complicated and ensuring you have an integrated solution for the whole company. When you follow this approach, and you determine processes and their interactions, inputs, and outputs in your organization. 

Download this Equipment decommission now and you will find out it’s very helpful for your company to improve the quality level by measuring, monitoring, and reporting about the performance of the business processes and gradually improve the company output. Other primary quality control tools, such as checklists, fishbone diagrams, control charts, manuals, charts, reports, can be found here: Quality Management Templates.


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