Layered Process Audits (LPA) are a form of internal audits that focus on the critical manufacturing process. Audits can be performed by multiple levels of organization personnel, including top management. Users can define layers, frequency, duration, how many auditors are involved, whether they need an approver, and create the checklist defining machines and production lines. LPA is a cultural change that drive importance from board rooms to shop-floors, each layer implies the importance of the activities done on each shop-floor. There are four critical elements that comprise LPA:
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