What Are The Different Types Of QMS?
There are various techniques for implementing quality control and assurance that can be easily integrated into a QMS:
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Supply chain management enables businesses to effectively manage the cycle of goods and services from manufacturing all the way to the consumer. Customer satisfaction and the delivery of high-quality products rely on practical supply chain management that helps to reduce operational costs and increase profit margins.
Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Controlling and measuring quality in manufacturing is done through statistical process control (SPC). It’s an industry standard that collects data in real-time and maps out predetermined control limits. Control limits are gauged through the measured potential of the manufacturing process and can be used to determine functional operations.
Failure Mode & Effective Analysis (FMEA)
Design or manufacturing process deficiencies can be easily identified through failure mode and effective analytical tools.
Failure Modes are a collation of data that represents how a business or process might fail, especially when it impacts consumers.
Effective Analysis allows businesses to interpret the impact and outcome of failure, limit damage, and prevent decline.
Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP)
Advanced product quality planning helps businesses to ensure quality and performance through the use of effective planning procedures. The APQP process is implemented by organizations that want to secure customer satisfaction concerning products and services. The standardized framework sets out quality requirements for suppliers and is primarily used to stimulate communication within the engineering process.