This external quality control register:
Quality control can be described as the operational techniques and activities which achieve and sustain the quality of products or services, and the use of these techniques and activities to satisfy given requirements. Quality control is important because it helps ensure that products or services meet customers’ expectations and can help improve the overall quality of a company’s products or services. Quality control is a vital part of any manufacturing or service organization, as it helps to identify and correct any defects before they are distributed to the customer. By catching these defects early, companies can save a lot of money and improve their reputation.
In today’s competitive marketplace, customers have a wide variety of choices when it comes to products and services. They can choose from a variety of companies, and they can also choose from a variety of different products or services within a company. With so many choices available, customers often base their decision on which product or service to buy on quality alone.
An external quality control register is a tool that allows organizations to monitor and compare the performance of their suppliers and providers. The external quality control process was established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in response to the need for organizations to have a way to monitor and compare the performance of their suppliers. An external quality control register can be used to track the performance of suppliers, contractors, or other organizations that provide products or services.
This external quality control register has provisions for: