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What Is the Difference Between Control Limits and Specification Limits

December 3rd, 2018|Comments Off on What Is the Difference Between Control Limits and Specification Limits

Control limits are indicators of the disparity in the performance of an operation. This is the real time value on which the process is operating. Specification limits on the other hand are the targets [...]

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Setting up an Efficient Equipment Calibration Program under ISO 9001

November 26th, 2018|Comments Off on Setting up an Efficient Equipment Calibration Program under ISO 9001

An efficient equipment calibration program guarantees equipment works reliably and as planned, and that process control focuses are measured precisely. An efficient equipment calibration program guarantees that measurements are controlled. A satisfactory equipment calibration [...]

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What Is the Andon Light Colour Meanings

November 19th, 2018|Comments Off on What Is the Andon Light Colour Meanings

The Japanese term Andon means signal light or paper lantern. In Lean management, Andon is used as a visual management method to quickly alert anyone to the status of an operation. Andon is a important [...]

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What Customer Experience Methodology Works Best

November 12th, 2018|Comments Off on What Customer Experience Methodology Works Best

Customer experience methodology refers to a consumer's experience with an organization or brand, at all touch-points. A touch-point is any way by which a customer can interface with a brand, for example, when buying [...]

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How to Use a Process Control Plan in Manufacturing

November 5th, 2018|Comments Off on How to Use a Process Control Plan in Manufacturing

The process Control Plan is a report that depicts the activities (measurements, assessments, quality checks or observing process parameters) required at each section of a process to guarantee the process yields will adjust to [...]

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Heijunka Board Examples Used in Manufacturing

October 29th, 2018|Comments Off on Heijunka Board Examples Used in Manufacturing

Heijunka (pronounced Hi-JUNE-kuh) is a Japanese word that signifies "leveling." When executed accurately, heijunka efficiently and without flurry enables business to take care of demand while decreasing waste and interpersonal procedures. As per numerous [...]

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ISO 9001 Document Control Requirements

October 22nd, 2018|Comments Off on ISO 9001 Document Control Requirements

Documents help to pass across information, enable knowledge sharing and provide proof of conformity. They could be presented in several forms, for instance as images, electronics or paper. ISO 9001 document control requires a [...]

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How to Use Pestle Analysis in Your Organisation

October 15th, 2018|Comments Off on How to Use Pestle Analysis in Your Organisation

Pestle analysis is a tool expressing the macro environment of businesses. Pestle analysis is a simple and extensively used tool that helps you evaluate the political, socio-cultural, economic, and technological alterations in your business [...]

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