Exhaustive Control (A Total Quality Organisation Thru' People - Part 48)
FOUNDRY- An Indian Journal of Progressive Metal - Casters, Vol CCVI, No 1, issue 151, Jan/Feb 2014
Posted: 8 May 2017
Date Written: 2014
Control is a part of the Quality maintenance, prescribing unhindered operations. As per ISO 900:2005 standard control helps fulfil quality requirements. What if control marks a zero defect process? Will an exhaustive control fulfil such objectives?
This work attempts to analyse "exhaustive control" as a process descriptor to improve foundrymen's quality and that of their process.Considering the example of stupendous control systems in hilly terrain, the scenario is sketched, which can not remain risk- free in times to come, because of system limitations and structural barriers to quality. Thus when the systematic controls are interfaced with defect controls, the equipped process can render itself as holistic. The necessity to make it fault-free calls for various endeavours to hone up all holes in the processes/materials.
Keywords: Holistic Control, Total Quality Control, Exhaustive Control, Barriers to Quality
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