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  • Difference Between Quality Assurance And Quality Control

    Fredy Rante Taruk (222150511)Andreas Avelinus Dwi Hartono (222150506)

  • ISO 9000 Definitions Quality ControlApart of quality management focused on fulfilling quality requirements. Quality Assurance : A part of quality management focused on providing confidence that quality requirements will be fulfilled.

  • Quality ControlQuality Control is defined as The operational techniques and activities used to fulfill requirements for quality. Quality Control on the other hand is the physical verification that the product conforms to these planned arrangements by inspection, measurement etc Quality Control just measures and determines the quality level of products or services. It is a process itself.

  • Quality AssuranceQuality Assurance is defined as All the planned and systematic activities implemented within the quality system that can be demonstrated to provide confidence that a product or service will fulfill requirements for quality. Quality Assurance is fundamentally focused on planning and documenting those processes to assure quality including things such as quality plans and inspection and test plans Quality Assurance is a system for evaluating performance, service, of the quality of a product against a system,standard or specified require- ment for customers. Quality Assurance is a complete system to assure the quality of products or services. It is not only a process, but a complete system including also control. It is a way of management.

  • DifferenceQuality ControlWhat: The activities or techniques used to achieve and maintain the product quality, process and service. How: Finding & eliminating causes of quality problems through tools & equipment so that customers requirements are continu- ally met.

    Quality Assurance : What: Prevention of quality problems through planned and systematic activities including documentation. How: Establish a good quality management system and the assessment of its adequacy & conformance audit of the operation system & the review of the system itself.

  • DifferenceQuality ControlProductReactiveLine FunctionFind the defectsWalk through TestingInspection Checkpoint Review

    Quality Assurance : ProcessPro-activeStaff FunctionPrevent the defectsQuality Audit Defining Process Selection of tools Trainings

  • Other DefinitionsMerriam DictionaryQuality Control is the activity of checking goods as they are produced to make sure that the final products are goodQuality Assurance is a program for the systematic monitoring and evaluation of the various aspects of a project, service, or facility to ensure that standards of quality are being met

    Oxford DictionariesQuality Control is a system of maintaining standards in manufactured products by testing a sample of the output against the specification.Quality Assurance is the maintenance of a desired level of quality in a service or product, especially by means of attention to every stage of the process of delivery or production.

  • Difference

    Quality Control (QC)Quality Assurance (QA)QC is performed after the work has been completed and the deliverable is created.QA is performed while the work is being done to create the deliverable.QC is performed on the created deliverable.QA is performed on the process to create the deliverable.QC is all about created deliverables perform testing & inspections, finding faults & defects, analyze faults & defects, suggest repairs etc.QA is all about defined processes follow process, ensure processes are followed, analyze processes, find process gaps, suggest process improvements etc.

  • Quality Control VS Quality AssuranceJobs in Quality AssuranceQuality Assurance Analyst Sr. Quality Assurance EngineerQuality Assurance ManagerDirector of Quality AssuranceQuality Assurance Technician

    Jobs in Quality ControlQuality Control Manager

    Quality Control Accountant

    Quality Control Specialist

    Quality Control Inspector

    Quality Control Audit Supervisor

  • ConclusionQuality ControlAfter Work (product and service)Finding (monitoring, evaluation, inspection, testing, suggest repairs)Technique and measurement (physical verification)Checkpoints Review

    Quality AssuranceFocus Process (people while)Prevention (analize, find gaps, suggestion improvement)Planning - systematic activities and documentationTrainings