What is Quality Assurance?
At Greendot, we provide comprehensive support in quality control by conducting gap analyses, generating action reports, and facilitating seamless implementation. Our expertise extends to creating control datasheets with defined tolerance criteria and performing data analysis to identify areas of rejection or rework. Furthermore, we assist in implementing control plans, PDI reports, process FMEA, process capability plans, and material test reports ensuring a robust quality management system.
The quality control department is poised to initiate an incoming material inspection plan in accordance with standard specifications while conducting in-process inspections based on tolerance levels and final goods inspections aligned with customer requirements. Additionally, we have formulated an AQL (Accepted Quality Limit) framework tailored to the product range to ensure quality adherence. If the material does not match with specifications, then
Quality control training: -
- FMEA ( Failure Mode and Effect Analysis )
- Dashboard (Process control Datasheet )
- Pareto chart
Within Quality Management, the quality control division remains dedicated to meeting quality requirements by overseeing product inspections and conducting thorough testing procedures. The department efficiently handles non-conforming products, promptly approving those that meet quality standards. Additionally, the department consistently engages in material control processes when dealing with suppliers.
The quality assurance survey focuses on preventing defects, while the QC team implements measures such as narrowing tolerance limits to mitigate failures effectively. Through proactive defect prevention, the QC team safeguards against quality issues.
Quality control can be accomplished by the following:
- Determine what parameter is to be controlled.
- Establish its criticality and whether you need to control before, during, or after results are produced
- Establish a specification for the parameter to be controlled which provides limits of acceptability and units of measure.
- Produce plans for control that specify the means by which the characteristics will be achieved and variation detected and removed.
- Organize resources to implement quality control.
- Install a sensor at an appropriate point in the process to sense variance from the specification.
- Collect and transfer data to a QC department for analysis.
- Verify the results and diagnose the cause of the variance.
- Propose remedies and decide on the action needed to restore the status quo. Take the agreed action and check that the variance has been corrected.
Implement Quality Control in a Few Steps Below:
- Plan – Plan quality requirements ahead of time to prevent compromising due to time constraints and the need to take shortcuts.
- Be Holistic – As you develop the standards, reflect on consideration all of the standards the product should meet, including editorial, appearance, usability, and educational method.
- Prepared checklist: – Use checklists for standardization, efficiency, and accuracy.
- Be consistent:- Use the same quality control standards across all projects and throughout similar media
- Schedule: – Reserve time within the schedule for QC review. it is able to take 10% to fifteen% of an assignment’s time for quality controls and testing.
- QC Training: – unless your organization is big enough to have a quality control team, train instructional designers, picture designers, and media experts in quality control abilities. they could lead the way, install structures, and educate others.
- Document It: Revise it as you continue to learn what works for your organization.
What is quality control?
Quality control is about testing devices to see if they meet the specifications for the final product. The testing helps identify any necessary improvements in the production process. By implementing effective quality control, businesses can fulfil consumer demands for superior products.
Quality testing occurs at every stage of the manufacturing process. It starts with testing raw materials, continues by sampling along the production line, and concludes with testing the final product. By conducting testing at various stages, manufacturing issues can be identified, and appropriate measures can be taken to prevent future occurrences.