A business performs quality control concerning their products to ensure that all standards are met during production and that the best quality of products are shipped to the consumer. Developing a quality control checklist allows the evaluator to review all production specifications and criteria based on general requirement documents and accepted product conditions.
Scheduled Tasks and Responsibilities
A quality control checklist should evaluate the proper documentation regarding the scheduled tasks during the entire production of the product. These documents comprise of which personnel has responsibility during which operational process and details the workers' exact duties. The quality control checklist should also review that business guidelines and standards are met by all workers.
The evaluator studies all production phases of the business to investigate any lapses in quality control that might make an inferior or faulty product. Topics evaluated on the quality control checklist involve checking the project plan and cost analysis during the initiation phase, validate and verify the product specs during the design phase and review operations during the build phase.
Commencing in quality reviews is essential to a quality control checklist. Reviews should be done regarding the durability of the product to last during its estimated life cycle. An evaluator begins a requirements review, design review and a production readiness review to make sure workers had followed the documentation in the creation of the product.
An important part of a quality control checklist involves the testing of all products to meet all desired requirements. The evaluator makes sure testing had been done throughout all phases of the production process--from design to the end product. All compliance issues are evaluated to see whether the proper steps were taken when discovering if certain products did not meet the necessary standards.