Your corrective action procedure must explain how you:
Corrective action is re-active i.e. dealing with the problem AFTER the event.
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A corrective action should be considered as a reactive response since it is taken upon detection of a non-conformance. An organisation will first correct or contain the problem and then determine its root cause so they can take corrective action to prevent its recurrence.
Develop a procedure to control corrective actions.