Tuesday, 6 May 2014

What is Total Quality Control?

The integration of quality development, quality improvement efforts and quality maintenance is known as the total quality controlled. It is designed so the production and service is set at the most economical level and to ensure customers are fully satisfied. This is a management tool that many industries use to improve the des ign of their products and reduce the costs of operation and losses for the company.

Control has four steps:
  1. Setting the standards
  2. Appraising conformance to the quality standards
  3. Taking action when standards are exceeded
  4. Planning to make improvements in the standards
The purpose of total quality control is to aid engineering designs, build good methods of manufacturing and to be aware of inspection activity in order to produce high quality products or services. There are many benefits that come from total quality control programmes, which include:
  • Improving the design and the quality of the products
  • Reducing costs in operation and reducing losses
  • Improving morale
  • Improving inspection methods
  • Setting standard times for the labour
  • The creation of data for co-advertising
  • Reducing bottle necks in the production line

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