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The latest information on Total Quality Management in standardization, with emphasis on the need to plan, control, and prepare documentation systems. Individual case studies and interlaboratory studies provide examples on establishing and maintaining Total Quality Control.
14 peer-reviewed papers cover:
Statistical measurement control for the evaluation of laboratory test results of automotive parts
How ISO 9000 registration relates to accreditation bodies worldwide
Formal design review, failure mode effects analysis, and fault tree analysis procedures
An explanation of the Energy Program Research Institute guide for sampling procured items for the nuclear industry
Application of E691, ASTM Guide for Interlaboratory Studies, and its computer software capabilities
Advantages of continuous process flow analyzers in the Canadian oil industry.
International Competitiveness and Business Excellence
Statistical Measurement Control
A Sampling Plan for Commercial Product Testing and Verification Activities
Tulay M., Yurich F.
All You Ever Wanted to Know About Control Charts: But Never Asked
Levine B., McCune D.
The Transition from Sampling to SPC
Overview of Technical and Social Systems in Organizational Change
Farrar C., Kowalewski M.
Implementation of a Quality Assurance System in Clothing Establishments
Taylor G., Yeung K.
Paper ID: STP1209-EB