A defect can cost a lot. Definitely in terms of repair costs, but think also of how brand image is affected. Defects that require product recalls are being reported daily on the news and amplified by social networks.
Preventing a defect is much better than curing it after the fact.
In order to understand what the best possible prevention method for defects is, we interviewed the best in class in quality according to J.D. Power’s 2017 U.S. Initial Quality Study to discover that the best practices for quality assurance can be summarized in 6 elements.
These elements combine with each other to guarantee that tools are performing correctly and that joints are being produced correctly. Our QA Global Best Practices seminar covers these elements, illustrating how they help to contain defects and improve production quality.
For an introduction to QA Global Best Practices, we invite you to view our free Seminar Series webinar, which can be accessed on demand via the Atlas Copco USA YouTube channel. Click here to watch now!
Interested in learning more? Our team of experts will come to you! We are pleased to offer QA Global Best Practices classroom training, complete with interactive application examples, hands-on experience and Q&A. Contact us today to schedule a seminar at your facility!
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