What is the general attitude toward quality?Does the prospective supplier use statistical methods?What is the supplier's ability with this type of work?Is the production equipment capable?Exactly how is the firm organized to control quality?What specific quality measurement techniques and test equipment does the prospective supplier employ?Is statistical process control utilized effectively?
Receiving and Inspection procedure Best situation is for inspection to not be needed if inspection is needed a rejection occurs, the options are: return the material to the supplier, keep some of the acceptable material and return the rest, keep all the material and rework it Technical Inspection Acceptance sampling is the most common form of inspection for incoming material or finished goods Single sampling procedure (1. Take one or more samples at random from a lot 2. Inspect each of the items in the sample 3. Decide whether to reject the whole lot based on the inspection results) Traditional inspection points at the supplier's plantin the receiving areastep by step in the production processbefore a costly process finished goodsbefore shipment to the customer Three basic problems with inspection duplication of inspection activity, very large number of items are inspected, defective items are found only after they are finished Common truths about inspection DOES NOT: To contribute most effectively to the organizational effort, supply management's role in the quality program should include:
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- Fall '16
- carey winset
- Business, Management