1. Quality Inspection Report .
2. Quality Standards
Our inspectors use
the MIL STD 105E tables, which are recognized standards by every industrial company.
This American standard now has equivalents in all
national and international standardisation organisations (ANSI/ASQC Z1.4, ISO
2859, NF06-022, BS 6001, DIN 40080).
This standard is a proven method to accept or reject
a production lot by inspecting a randomly selected number of products.
Our Quality Standards
use the MIL STD 105E tables that are summarised below:
can I find out from the AQL tables?
Let's take a lot of 4,000 units to inspect, with
an AQL of 2.5%.
According to Table B, the sample size is therefore 200 units,
and the corresponding acceptance number is 10.
In other words:
the number of defective units is more than 10, the lot has to be rejected
the lot is accepted, it is commonly perceived that there is a maximum of 2.5%
of defective units in the lot (with a failure risk percentage of less than 5%).
As in the cases of ISO 9000 quality management
system and ISO 14000 environmental management system, SA 8000 provides a framework
for independent assessment by a third party certification body.
thus our great concern to refer to SA 8000 set of social accountability standards
and guidance document to achieve your Factory Assessment requirements.
The Social Accountability Standards deal with the
Child labour: the company shall not support
the use of child labour which is defined by the Social Accountability International
(SAI) as the work of "any person less than 15 years of age, unless local minimum
age law stipulates a higher age for work"
Forced Labour: the company shall not support
the use of "Forced Labour"
Health and Safety: the company shall provide
to its employees a safe and healthy working environment
Freedom of Association and Right to collective
Bargaining: "the company shall respect the right of all personnel to form
and join trade unions of their choice and to bargain collectively" (SAI)
Discrimination: "the company shall not engage
in or support discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to training, promotion,
termination or retirement based on race, caste, national origin, religion, disability,
gender, sexual orientation, union membership, or political affiliation" (SAI)
Disciplinary practices: "the company shall
not engage in or support the use of corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion,
and verbal abuse" (SAI)
Working hours: "the company shall comply
with applicable laws and industry standards on working hours" (SAI)
Compensation: "the company shall ensure
that wages paid for a standard working week shall meet at least legal or industry
minimum standards" (SAI)
Management systems: "top management shall
define the company's policy for social accountability
and labour conditions to ensure that it includes a commitment
to conform to all requirements of this standard and
national and other applicable law (SAI).