Unformatted text preview: inspection is an unsatisfactory alternative, and when there are potentially serious product liability risks, and although the vendor’s process is satisfactory, a program for continuously monitoring the product is necessary. Six situations in which acceptable sampling would be useful. • When testing is destructive • When inspection costs are extremely high • When time or technology limitations are constraints • When lot sizes are very large and the probability of inspection errors is high • When supplier’s quality history is good enough to justify less than 100% inspection • When potential liability risks are high enough to warrant some form of continuous monitoring...
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- Spring '11
- Management, liability risks, acceptable sampling