Profession quality inspector, all other products
Quality assurance inspectors examine manufactured products, primary produce and services to make sure they meet all standards (e.g. presentation, quality).
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- Conventional / Realistic
- Realistic / Conventional
Tasks quality inspector, all other products
- Analyze and interpret relevant information (such as blueprints, manuals, etc.) to determine specifications.
- Perform required inspections, tests or measurements of materials, products or installations, and check whether specifications are met.
- Mark inspected items with details such as grade and rejection status.
- Observe and monitor production operations and equipment to ensure conformity to specifications.
- Determine the cause of problems or defects.
- Record inspection or test data, such as weight, temperature, grade or moisture content, and quantities inspected or graded.
- Notify supervisors and other personnel of production problems or defects, and assist in identifying and correcting problems or defects.
- Train and assist operators to carry out their quality control functions.
- Participate in organizing the production process (e.g. propose changes that may improve the process, participate in quality system design).
- Analyze test data and compute statistical measures as necessary to determine test results.
- Compile inspection and test reports.
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