| Ali Shah
What is Quality Control and Quality Assurance?
Quality control can be defined as "part of quality management focused on fulfilling quality requirements."
Quality assurance can be defined as "part of quality management focused on providing confidence that quality requirements will be fulfilled."
- Main objective of quality assurance is to prevent defects and mistakes
- Preventive technique and pro-active measure
- Process oriented – directly related to the systematic and planned activities involved in making the product
- Involves managing quality by defining the processes, strategies, and policies, developing checklists, and
establishing standards that need to be followed throughout the course of the project
- Responsibility of all the individuals involved in developing the product or service
- When statistical tools and techniques are applied to end products, they are referred to as Statistical Quality Control (SQC) and they become a part of quality assurance.
- Main goal of quality control is to fix defects after first identifying them
- Corrective technique and reactive measure
- Product oriented – related to the operational activities as well as techniques that are used to inspect and ensure that requirements of quality have been met
- Involves following the set guidelines as the project progresses and products are being made to verify quality, discover defects and correct them
- Responsibility of a particular team that tests the product or service to check for bugs and fixes them
- When statistical tools and techniques are applied to processes they are referred to as Statistical Process Control (SPC) and they become a part of quality control
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