Product Inspection, Quality Control & Reporting
What is product inspection and product quality control?
Quality control (QC) is a process through which a business seeks to ensure that product quality is maintained or improved: Quality control involves testing units and determining if they are within the specifications for the final product.
Good quality control generally means the process of managing product quality to meet a desired or required standard. Inspection is only a small part of the quality process as it is used to identify quality defects in products. Inspecting products can help you find any defects early in production before they affect the majority of a shipping. The idea of inspecting products throughout their life cycle means that costs and delays can be avoided. Product Inspection and Quality Control Reporting.
What are the 4 types of quality inspection?
- Pre-Production Inspection (PPI)
- During Production Inspection (DPI)
- Pre-shipment inspection (PSI)
- Container loading/loading supervision (LS)
- Piece-by-piece Inspections
- TOOLING. Are factory workers provided with excellent tools for producing products?
- TIME. Are workers provided with adequate time in the production phase?
- PRODUCT OVERVIEW. Is each stage supporting a practical Work Instruction?
- LANGUAGE. Document translating is important so that the factory can share manufacturing updates.
- QUALITY CONTROL REPORTING. Supplying copies of all related quality documentation to your Quality Department with every shipment.
- VISITS. We organise visiting factories on your behalf, and use the opportunity to view any WIP, cement relationships, and discuss any ongoing issues.
Product Inspection and Quality Control Reporting helps ensure high-end product supply with long-term product supply guarantees and less worry in the long run.