14. 3 Reasons to Separate Defects During Product Inspection

Download this episode (right click and save) How do product inspectors keep track of product defects and make sure they're reported accurately to the buyer? Disorganization can lead QC profressionals to under report or inaccurately report product quality of an order - in turn, putting the buyer at risk of receiving substandard goods. One of the ways auditors make sure they're counting and documenting quality defects correctly is by properly separating them during inspection. In this manufacturing podcast, you'll learn about three reasons why defect separation is important when conducting a QC product inspection, including:
  • Saving time during product inspection
  • Preventing tampering by factory staff; and
  • Helping link problem to process
And if you'd prefer to read the article that covers this topic instead, check out 3 Reasons to Separate Defects During Product Inspection.
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