For any product it is necessary that there are controls. This is why we talk about product inspection.
It is a method that wants to assure itself of the quality of the products and that must take place in a very short time in order not to interrupt the production process.
Today, product inspection has been enriched with new technologies that have made it possible first of all to refine the control but also to speed up times. In the past, product quality control meant analyzing, according to specific rules, a large number of sample products and comparing the results obtained with precise and predefined standards.
Today with new technologies everything is more reliable and control is more effective. 100% of the production can be evaluated with a good inspection.
Inspecting a product before it leaves your factory also means preventing any problems associated with quality and avoiding delays in the supply chain.
Product quality control officers are inspectors who verify the full range of requirements and apply them to the product under control. In this case, compliance with international standards and the target market is also verified.
Thanks to the use of checklists, it is possible to customize the inspection according to your needs and standardize the entire procedure.
Each inspector must necessarily have specific training. There are those who will specialize in softline goods such as footwear, underwear and fabrics and those in hardline goods such as toys, cosmetics, electronic products or jewelry. Specific specialization also exists for food and other industrial sectors. In general, the criteria used in the inspection of a product, regardless of the category to which it belongs, concern the functions, performance, overall appearance and size of the product.
For food and perishable goods, families of products should be slept, which will be inspected individually.