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MSB 354 10S Acceptance Sampling 10S-1
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Operation and Control (tactical decision area) Management of Quality, Quality Control Supply Chain Management Inventory Management Aggregate Planning MRP and ERP JIT and Lean Operations Scheduling Project Management 10S-2
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Quality Approaches Quality Assurance (Reactive approach) Emphasis on finding and correcting defects before reaching market. Quality control relying primarily on inspection Strategic Approach (Proactive approach) Focusing on preventing mistakes from occurring Emphasis on CS, involvement of everyone, CI Emphasizes designing quality into the process. Reducing the need for inspection, control efforts 10-3
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Quality Assurance Activities 10S-4 Inspection Inspection Inspection & corrective action
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Learning Objectives Explain the purpose of acceptance sampling Contrast acceptance sampling and process control Compare and contrast single- and multiple-sampling plans Determine the average outgoing quality of inspected lots 10S-5
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Acceptance Sampling A form of inspection applied to lots or batches of items before (incoming purchased items) or after a process (final products awaiting shipment) . The purpose is to decide whether a lot satisfies predetermined standards. - passed and accepted . vs. - rejected and 100% inspection or returned . 10S-6
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10S-7 Acceptance Sampling Acceptance sampling is most useful when A large number of items must be processed in a short time The cost consequences of passing defects are low Destructive testing is required Fatigue or boredom caused by inspecting large numbers of items leads to inspection errors
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course MSB 354 taught by Professor Nam during the Fall '11 term at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

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Chapter10s - MSB 354 10S Acceptance Sampling 10S-1...

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