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Monday, January 31, 2011

Quality control procedure

Specific quality control procedures come from the type of good a company produces and the processes used in production. For example, job order costing tracks the use of direct materials and labor for each job or individual project produced. Analytical quality control procedures can be harder to implement for these manufacturers, as each project is slightly different. Rather than comparing the project to historical guidelines, quality control managers will often take an analytical approach to measure the project against the company’s production standards offered to clients

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