Failing to carry out on-site product testing can result in sub-par product quality that endangers your customers and damages your brand's credibility. But how can you ensure your QC inspectors are accurately testing your products according to your standards?
In this manufacturing podcast episode, InTouch Client Managers John Niggl and George Huang discuss how to clearly communicate your on-site product testing requirements in a QC checklist. You'll get answers to:
Just like with other QC inspection requirements, it's best not to assume your supplier or third-party inspection company automatically understands your instructions for on-site product testing. A QC checklist is the perfect document for outlining requirements in a clear manner.
And if you’d prefer to read the article that covers this topic instead, check out How to Address On-Site Product Testing in a QC Checklist.