International College of Technical Education.
Head Office :
Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.
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Contact : 051-6122937, 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949
Quality control, also called testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers, monitor nearly all manufactured products to ensure that they meet specified standards.A quality control inspector is responsible for monitoring the quality of incoming and outgoing products for manufacturing companies.Quality control inspectors, also called quality controllers (QC) are members of a control audit team that examine manufacturing processes and operational techniques. These professionals ensure that the products made in a facility conform to industry, company, and consumer expectations – and do so consistently. They discard any products that do not meet given standards. With the ultimate goal of minimizing cost and maximizing efficiency, manufacturing quality inspectors maintain customers’ loyalty and the company’s overall reputation.Quality controllers work side-by-side with quality auditors. QCs receive guidelines and specifications to be tested from quality auditors. After examining a product’s appearance and functionality, quality controllers write assessments to quality auditors offering corrective feedback if the quality of a product is compromised in any way. Quality controllers will then follow up with any updated processes put in place by quality auditors to avoid any future defects.Quality control inspectors monitor quality standards for nearly all manufactured products, including foods, textiles, clothing, glassware, motor vehicles, electronic components, computers, and structural steel. Specific job duties vary across the wide range of industries in which these inspectors work.Quality control workers rely on many tools to do their jobs. Although some still use hand-held measurement devices, such as calipers and alignment gauges, workers more commonly operate electronic inspection equipment, such as coordinate-measuring machines (CMMs) and three-dimensional (3D) scanners. Inspectors testing electrical devices may use voltmeters, ammeters, and ohmmeters to test potential difference, current flow, and resistance, respectively.Quality control workers record the results of their inspections through test reports. When they find defects, inspectors notify supervisors and help to analyze and correct production problems.In some firms, the inspection process is completely automated, with advanced vision inspection systems installed at one or several points in the production process. Inspectors in these firms monitor the equipment, review output, and conduct random product checks.A quality control inspector typically works in an industrial setting with the responsibility of ensuring quality in all goods produced by the company. Duties may include studying blueprints, conducting research and competitor analysis, analyzing parts that make a product and ensuring proper measurements are taken to ensure products meet customer expectations and company standards. Depending on the industry and company, quality control inspectors may progress into a managerial or executive position.