What Are The Basic Objectives Of Quality Control?


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jerome penn answered
Quality control is put in place to check and review any work that is done within a business: Big or small. It is very important to ensure that all requirements of the business and your client are met so there aren’t any problems in the transactions. Any business will need quality control whether it is a food production company, a clothes factory, or anything in between. There simply would not be efficient measures in place to produce the highest standard products without it.

Inspecting and reviewing products is very important; a business would not be successful and sustainable without this productivity. Clients would not be interested in your service and would disregard your business if you cannot produce reliable goods, making it a simple concept. If you want to be known as a reliable business, quality control is going to be something you will have to perfect. Even if you are producing small products it is very important that they will meet all requirements and targets that are requested by the client.

Clients are paying for, and expecting, the best from you and your business so ensure that quality control is effective. The basic objectives are to create perfect products that are checked and reviewed to the highest standard, guaranteeing that they will not be turned away by the clients. Get this right, and the business will be known for its reliability and being able to handle large or small orders no matter what the demands of the company or individual may be.
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Anonymous answered
The basic objectives of quality control are to maintain quality standards in order to ensure customer satisfaction and to reduce the costs associated with the scrapping of defective goods.

Quality control has two different aspects:
Quality of design related to the appropriateness of the product for the customer's purpose. After establishing customer requirements or the customer's insight of quality it is personified in production design and requirement.

Quality of conformance related to the extent to which the goods that are produced conform to the condition laid down. This aspect of quality concerns steadiness of the product.

There is a trade off between the costs associated with the maintenance of quality and the costs resulting from failures. Quality control involves the use of resources in the inspection process. To this has to be added the costs of prevention (special investigation in to failure, personnel training, and maintenance) which have to be balanced against the cost of failure (scrap, reworking, sorting rejects, loss of sales, after-sales service, serving complaints, additional operations).

However, quality control costs can be reduced by the inspection of variables in the production process. These include the raw materials that go in to the production process, work in progress and the machinery used.
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Katie Harry answered
Customers' satisfaction is no longer an option for the organizations but it has become the ultimate goal of the organizations for the long term survival in the market. There are various kinds of quality control procedures which are primarily aimed to ensure the demand of the products and services and to meet the expectations of the customers. Through quality control procedures the companies can reduce their wastes, costs, customers complaints and products defects. It also reduces the rework on the defected products. It enhances the reliability and consistency of the goods of the company, thereby enhancing the image of the company. Therefore, quality control procedure is considered very important for any organization throughout its business process from manufacturing to the distribution of the goods.

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