Monday, January 31, 2011
Analytical quality control procedures are statistical measurements that a company implements to determine how well it consistently produces goods. Manufacturers use these procedures to ensure their quality matches both customer expectations and the current standard of goods sold on the market. Analytical quality control procedures require companies to take a sample from a larger population of goods, apply a regimen of tests, tweak production procedures to correct problems, and train employees accordingly.
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