Early Production Inspection

 

"Checking products at the start of production will avoid problems at the end of production"

 

Early Product Inspection are performed before your production begins, when about 20% has been completed. Inspection focuses on all machinery and materials to be used in your manufacture your order. Early Production Inspection is the first step in ensuring the quality of your product will be consistent throughout production. If independent laboratory tests are required on materials, they should occur from this inspection. This inspection will also confirm that pre-approved suppliers and samples are being used. 

This is the only stage where the materials can be checked to make sure that they meet your quality requirements. If independent laboratory tests are required on materials, they should occur from this inspection. Customers can be informed that the materials used to make the products have been tested and have passed their quality and safety requirements.

All inspections use the standard internationally recognized ANSI/ASQC Z1.4 (ISO 2859-1) sampling size procedure. 

 

All types of products tested to your requirements

 

What is covered during a Early Production Inspection?

As per standard inspection protocol Goodada inspect the following, but customers can also add additional request. We are also happy to tailor inspection checks so please ask for further details.

  • Raw Material - raw material is checked against approved contract terms. 
  • ‚ÄčSample Product - inspector will record product specification such as: dimensions, colour, artwork/logos, assembly instructions, functionality and workmanship.
  • Manufatcuring Process - inspector will visually check production lines, assembly lines, packing areas and storage facilities.
  • Packaging - inspector will carry out strict checks on refernces samples packaging to determine if they meet all conditions agreed between supplier and buyer.
  • Onsite Test - inspector will check functionality, barcode scanning samples and assembled products to confirm they meet clients requirements. Any additional onsite request can be also be carried out.
  • Workmanship - inspector will examine approved samples and compare to clients requirements.
  • Report - a detailed report will be complete and sent to a customer within 48 hours* of inspection date. Report will include images of inspection findings mentioned above, inspector remarks and inspection result.
  • Sample Report - click here for a sample report    

 

How it works?

Step 1 - Customer fills out an online inspection request form.

Step 2 - Inspection coordinator confirms the inspection request and assigns an inspector to your inspection.

Step 3 - Customer makes payment for inspection.

Step 4 - Inspector then visits the factory and follows inspection protocol as per inspection order details.

Step 5 - Inspection coordinator will review and upload inspection report within 48 hours of inspection date.*

Step 6 - Client can download and review report, plus request a call back to discuss inspection report and result.

 

For more information about Quality Control Inspections please contact:

Contact Person: Shane Mc Mahon

Email: s.mcmahon@goodada.com

Phone:  00353 1 849 9326

 

                                                                                      
         
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Early Production Inspections focus in on the raw materials used. This is the only stage where the materials can be checked to make sure that they meet your quality requirements.   Your customers can be informed that the materials used to make the products have been tested and have passed their quality and safety requirements.   Ensuring that the correct materials are being used to make your product will reduce product failure costs and any potential loss of customers.

 

 

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