Integrated Process Management: How to Develop an Effective Process Control Standard, Step 3

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ASQ Quality Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 43 pages
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The theory and implementation of a quality management system is explained by Slater, who manages such a system at LTV Steel Corporation. He details the six steps of setting process standards and meeting them, and notes the experiences of several companies. This is part 3 of a set of 6. the entire set is available here.
 

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Introduction
1
Development of the IPM Process Control Standard
3
File Number
8
Control Task
9
Responsible for Control
10
Process Standard
11
Reason for Control
21
Key Output Variable Code KOV Code
23
Routine Reporting of Data
27
Charting
28
Procedure Notes
32
Corrective Action
35
Disposition of NonCompliant Product
39
Audit Procedure
40
A Final Note on the PCS Document
43
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Measurement
25

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Page 1 - The Japanese perception of management boils down to one precept: maintain and improve standards.
Page 2 - ... to follow it. If, on the contrary, he is told to follow a standard imposed by management, he may not be as willing . . . The work described in this book is by far the most time-consuming part of the IPM system's development.

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