Revision History Table

by Tobin

Do we need a revision history table in SOPs? Is there any requirement for that in ISO?

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Change Control
by: Richard Billings

Put a 'Table of Changes and Modufications' (TCM) in each document. Each time you make a change update the TCM and dare it. The TCM should summarize the changes, gave a rev number, dated,and who made the change.

Rev. Change Date. Change by
1. Added tolerances 01/27/2019. D. Smith

Not necessarily
by: Robert (admin)

Not necessarily. First, it depends on your document control procedure.

You do need to control your changes to procedures. How you do this depends on your company. This system needs to be documented and not ambiguous.

If a change control table within the document is easiest, then do it with that method.

You could also keep a document control change log (spreadsheet) and record the changes there. Then record the change log number on the procedure.

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