Quality Technician Assessment - Ftm

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This assessment should be used to determine if the following system objectives have been met:
Restate the Quality landscape changes Perform test result entry into Adobe FLEX Demonstrate the ability to perform area-specific transactions in Adobe FLEX Use the DED in MES to call and then enter tests results Articulate master data and system changes and how that impacts Quality Practice daily tasks such as test result entry, requesting re-samples, changing test results, and querying in-process samples in Adobe FLEX Analyze applicable Quality reports and put to use while practicing daily activities Solve basic Quality troubleshooting issues


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which system is part of the SSI landscape?

    • A.

      Wonderware (MES)

    • B.

      SAP

    • C.

      FLEX

    • D.

      Dr. E

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    All of the systems mentioned in the options (Wonderware (MES), SAP, FLEX, and Dr. E) are part of the SSI landscape. This means that all of these systems are included in the SSI (System Software Infrastructure) framework and are used in conjunction with each other to support various functions and processes within an organization.

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  • 2. 

    When finished goods come off the production line, into which stock status is product received?

    • A.

      Unrestricted stock

    • B.

      Food safety hold stock

    • C.

      QI stock

    • D.

      Available stock

    • E.

      QA stock

    Correct Answer
    C. QI stock
    Explanation
    When finished goods come off the production line, they are typically received into QI (Quality Inspection) stock. This stock status is used to hold the products until they undergo quality inspections and testing to ensure they meet the required standards and specifications. This allows any potential issues or defects to be identified and resolved before the products are released for sale or distribution. Once the products pass the quality inspections, they can then be transferred to unrestricted stock or available stock for further processing or distribution.

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  • 3. 

    Sample results recorded in MES are considered either internal or external tests. Which statement is True?

    • A.

      Internal and External test results are recorded in MES and are sent to back to SAP

    • B.

      Internal test results are recorded in MES and stay in MES; External test results are recorded in MES, but are sent back to SAP

    • C.

      All test results are recorded in SAP and remain in SAP

    • D.

      External test results are recorded in MES and stay in MES; Internal test results are recorded in MES, but sent back to SAP

    • E.

      Test results are only recorded in Adobe FLEX, then saved to SAP

    Correct Answer
    B. Internal test results are recorded in MES and stay in MES; External test results are recorded in MES, but are sent back to SAP
    Explanation
    Internal test results are recorded in MES and stay in MES, while external test results are recorded in MES but are sent back to SAP. This means that internal test results are only stored in MES and not transferred to SAP, while external test results are stored in MES and then sent back to SAP for further processing or analysis.

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  • 4. 

    You receive a sample that has no sample ID attached. It does have the production date and batch number written on it. What do you do?

    • A.

      Return the sample to the Operator and ask them to print the proper label

    • B.

      Use Adobe FLEX to search for the sample ID by the batch number

    • C.

      Run the Missing Sample ID report and identify samples missing for the production line

    • D.

      Tomorrow, search Adobe FLEX for samples with no test data entered, then print the sample ID label and resume testing

    Correct Answer
    B. Use Adobe FLEX to search for the sample ID by the batch number
    Explanation
    Using Adobe FLEX to search for the sample ID by the batch number would be the appropriate action to take in this situation. Since the sample does not have a sample ID attached, using Adobe FLEX can help locate the corresponding sample ID based on the batch number provided. This will ensure that the sample is properly identified and tracked in the system.

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  • 5. 

    What is the process if a specific test result is out-of-spec twice?

    • A.

      If the results are within .01-.03 of the spec, the product can still be manually released

    • B.

      Notify your supervisor for further action

    • C.

      Ask the Operator to find the material sampled and collect another sample

    • D.

      Initiate a resample in Adobe FLEX, have another sample gathered, and then run the appropriate test(s) on that sample

    • E.

      Follow the re-sample process as outline in the customer specs

    Correct Answer
    D. Initiate a resample in Adobe FLEX, have another sample gathered, and then run the appropriate test(s) on that sample
    Explanation
    If a specific test result is out-of-spec twice, the correct process is to initiate a resample in Adobe FLEX. This involves gathering another sample and then running the appropriate test(s) on that sample. This ensures that any potential errors or anomalies in the initial test results are addressed and a more accurate measurement is obtained. Following the re-sample process outlined in the customer specifications helps to maintain quality control and ensure accurate testing of the product.

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  • 6. 

    How are Quality Alerts generated in R2P2?

    • A.

      Manually generated

    • B.

      System generated

    • C.

      Both A & B

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Both A & B
    Explanation
    Quality Alerts in R2P2 can be generated both manually and system generated. Manual generation of Quality Alerts allows users to create alerts based on their observations or concerns regarding the quality of a product or process. On the other hand, system-generated alerts are automatically triggered by predefined rules or thresholds set within the R2P2 system. This combination of manual and system-generated alerts ensures that any quality issues can be promptly identified and addressed, improving overall product quality and process efficiency.

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  • 7. 

    Select the correct statement about MES.

    • A.

      MES is only used on the production floor and not in the Quality lab

    • B.

      All test results entered in MES are directly sent/interfaced back to Adobe FLEX for reference

    • C.

      In MES, select the correct production order before launching the DED when gathering a sample or entering test results

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. In MES, select the correct production order before launching the DED when gathering a sample or entering test results
    Explanation
    The correct statement about MES is that in MES, it is necessary to select the correct production order before launching the DED when gathering a sample or entering test results. This implies that MES is used for managing production orders and ensuring accurate data entry during the production process.

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  • 8. 

    The Quality Department uses a variety of systems to manage samples and test results, pull reports, and review Quality Alerts. Which answer below is NOT a correct statement?

    • A.

      Use SAP to access a variety of Quality reports

    • B.

      Use Dr. E to send test results back to MES

    • C.

      Use MES to enter test results

    • D.

      Use FLEX to enter test results and manage samples

    • E.

      Use WIS to pull reports from MES

    Correct Answer
    B. Use Dr. E to send test results back to MES
  • 9. 

    Which statement is true when updating the test results on a sample after it has been submitted in Flex?

    • A.

      For each test, Flex allows for one retest result to be entered

    • B.

      For each test, Flex allows for as many retests to be entered as needed

    Correct Answer
    A. For each test, Flex allows for one retest result to be entered
    Explanation
    Flex allows for one retest result to be entered for each test. This means that if a sample has already been submitted and the test results need to be updated, only one retest result can be entered in Flex. This implies that multiple retests cannot be entered for the same test in Flex.

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  • 10. 

    What information displays with each sample in Adobe FLEX? Select all the correct answer.

    • A.

      Production date

    • B.

      Material number

    • C.

      Production line

    • D.

      All of the above

    • E.

      Name of operator who collected sample

    • F.

      Sample times using a 12-hour clock

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The information that displays with each sample in Adobe FLEX includes the production date, material number, production line, name of operator who collected the sample, and sample times using a 12-hour clock.

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