Quality control is an important part of the overall strategy of how our business manages its quality.
A quick overview of what we mean by quality control-
The process of inspecting products or output to ensure that the output meets the required quality standards. It involves various concepts of inspection and monitoring, where we try to check and look at the output, as it goes through the production process. Our main objective of quality control is to detect defective output rather than allowing it to go out and reach the customer. Of course, it's not always possible to check all the output, so normally this requires some kind of sampling. We take a representative sample of the output to see whether it meets the quality standards or not. Having spotted some substandard output, we remove it and it simply doesn't get to the customer. But of course what we really try to do is to see whether the results of the quality control checking, suggests a broader issue with quality in the products.
Main points in the operation, when the inspection is carried out----
Firstly, when the inputs into the production process are received, we check the quality of the raw materials upon their arrival.