Quality and Quality Assurance Control are key values in manufacturing today, and the QA/QC group plays a key role in ensuring that the customer receives only quality product.
To achieve this, it is imperative that companies have a well-trained and highly-skilled group of QA/QC personnel who are not only able to detect problems but also prevent problems from occurring.
In many industries, experienced operators are promoted to QA/QC Inspectors and Supervisors without sufficient skills.
- Explain the importance of prevention.
- Explain concept of zero defect.
- Collect data using check sheets.
- Analyze data using Pareto diagrams.
- Implement effective segregation for the production floor.
- Read and understand AQL tables.
Presentations, role-plays, group discussion, lectures
- What is Quality Means & how to achieve it?
- Why Inspection Needed
- Quality in Manufacturing Operation
- Performance Indicator Measurement
- Concept ‘Zero Defect’ implementation
- Defect Definition &Type of Defect
- Product & Process Specification
- Understand Customer Requirement
- QA & QC Responsibility & Function
- Function & Responsibility of QA
- Function & Responsibility of QC
- Difference between QA & QC
- Value of effective QA & QC personals
- How to prevent non-conformance in manufacturing
- Handling non-conformance material
- Communication Flow for non-conformance
- Decision making for non-conformance
- Understand of 8D approach
- Roles towards 8D reporting and completion
- Effective data analysis technique
- Use of QC Tools in data analysis
- Interpretation of correct QC Tools
- Use of data check sheet and checklist
- Use of AQL in QA & QC function
- What is AQL Table
- Type of AQL Table
- Sampling Size of AQL
- When to change sampling plan
- Effective flow of Information directive
- Understand the Information directive
- Correct interpretation of information directive