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Advanced Product Quality Planning

Phase 1 –
Plan & Define Programme – determining customer needs, requirements & expectations using tools such as QFD
review the entire quality planning process to enable the implementation of a quality programme how to define & set the inputs & the outputs.

Phase 2 –
Product Design & Development – review the inputs & execute the outputs, which include FMEA, DFMA, design verification, design reviews, material & engineering specifications.

Phase 3 –
Process Design & Development – addressing features for developing manufacturing systems & related control plans, these tasks are dependent on the successful completion of phases 1 & 2 execute the outputs.

Phase 4 –
Product & Process Validation – validation of the selected manufacturing process & its control mechanisms through production run evaluation outlining mandatory production conditions & requirements identifying the required outputs.

Phase 5 –
Launch, Feedback, Assessment & Corrective Action – focuses on reduced variation & continuous improvement identifying outputs & links to customer expectations & future product programmes.

Control Plan Methodology –
discusses use of control plan & relevant data required to construct & determine control plan parameters
stresses the importance of the control plan in the continuous improvement cycle.

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