Statistical Process Control
Are SPC charts mainly used as wallpaper around your organization? Do you recognize that they can be a powerful tool if used correctly? Want to learn how SPC can be part of your quality management system?
Control charts are graphical representations of the variation of a process’s critical characteristics over time, in order to control critical process characteristics; control the operation/process; identify special cause variation; and monitor CTQ characteristics.
The SPC charts are used to prevent non-quality; to keep track of the process performances; and to maintain improvements. SPC is a basic tool to monitor and improve variation in a process; detect special cause variation; and gives a glimpse of ongoing process capability and is a visual management tool.
- Quality engineers
- Quality assurance managers
- Manufacturing engineers
At least one attendee from each company should have a laptop with the trial (or full) version of Minitab loaded on it. Licensing available from InSource.
Classroom, Onsite, Online
- How SPC charts integrate into an overall quality management system
- How to select and use the correct control chart
- How to establish control limits
- Establish rules for out of control occurrences
- How to gather data, construct a control chart, and continue monitoring a process
- Introduction to SPC
- Understanding SPC
- Selecting the Right Chart
- Interpreting SPC Charts
- Creating SPC Charts
- Sustaining SPC Charts