Factory role during an inspection
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The inspection day for a Quality Inspector is normally very long however, the time spent in the factory is limited: 4 hours on average. It is a sufficient amount of time to perform the inspection only if it has been subject to adequate preparation by both the inspector and the factory. What is the factory role during an inspection?
What is the factory role during an inspection
Manpower to help the Quality inspector
The Quality Inspector needs manpower in order to proceed with the inspection within the limited amount of time available. The factory manpower is required to:
- Transport the randomly selected export cartons from the warehouse to the inspection room.
- Unpack the goods that the inspector arbitrarily selects from the selected export cartons.
- Repack the goods after the inspection.
The factory workers assistance ensure that the Quality Inspector focuses on his main job: identifying defects and non-conformities.
Working space for the Quality inspector
To select the cartons indiscriminately, they should be located in a wide area where the QC can see all of them and easily select the cartons randomly. Also, the room for inspection should be large enough, well-lit and clean. The factory is responsible for preparing the working environment accordingly and well in advance, so that the Quality Inspector focuses on his main job without losing time.
Equipment for testing
During an inspection, the products should be tested. Both basic and small equipment are usually brought by the QI, but most of the equipment required for testing should be provided by the factory. The factory