ISO 9001:2008 Product Realization Process
Most organizations will also need documentation in the form of work instructions to control these processes. Your planning in 7.1 will determine where these are needed; to meet the requirements of 7.5.1 these must be in place, available to employees performing the process. Instructions can take many different forms: written steps, pictures, drawings, prints, travelers or flow charts are some of the methods used. Specify in your procedure what documents are necessary for the control of your processes.
The procedure should also state how you ensure that suitable equipment is used, and how release, delivery and post-delivery activities are controlled.