Profession textile quality inspector

Textile quality inspectors ensure that the manufactured of textile products is compliant with predetermined specifications.

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Personality Type

  • Conventional / Realistic

Knowledge

  • Textile measurement

    Textile measurement units, such as mommes, thread count (the degree of coarseness of a fabric), picks per inch (PPI) and ends per inch (EPI).

  • Database quality standards

    Techniques and methods of estimation and evaluation of system quality and overall database quality, as well as the set quality standards and regulations.

  • Data quality assessment

    The process of revealing data issues using ​quality indicators, measures and metrics in order to plan data cleansing and data enrichment strategies according to data quality criteria.

  • Challenging issues in the textile industry

    The efficiency aims and environmental issues posed by challenges in the textile industry.

  • Health and safety in the textile industry

    The requirements, rules and applications of health and safety measures in the textile industry.

  • Textile technologies

    Textile technologies to design, manufacture and evaluate the properties of textiles.

Skills

  • Conduct textile testing operations

    Prepare for textile testing and evaluation, gathering the test samples, conducting and recording tests, validating data and presenting results.

  • Evaluate textile characteristics

    Evaluate textiles and their properties in order to manufacture products in conformity with specifications.

  • Ensure quality assurance standards for vehicles

    Implement and monitor the maintenance, repair and/or recondition of vehicles ensuring all quality assurance standards are met.

  • Distinguish fabrics

    Distinguish fabrics in order to determine differences among them. Evaluate fabrics based on their characteristics and their application in wearing apparel manufacturing.

  • Maintain work standards

    Maintaining standards of work in order to improve and acquire new skills and work methods.

  • Manage quality of leather throughout the production process

    Manage systems for the customer-focused organisation of leather production processes. It uses strategy, data, and effective communications to integrate the quality approach into the culture and activities of the company and also to achieve the organisation’s mission and goals.

  • Check quality of products in textile production line

    Able to check characteristics of textile products,like yarns, woven, knitted, braided, tufted or nonwoven textiles, finished cloths, ready-make-garments and determine the product quality along different stages of the textile or clothing production line.

  • Define data quality criteria

    Specify the criteria by which data quality is measured for business purposes, such as inconsistencies, incompleteness, usability for purpose and accuracy.

  • Oversee quality control

    Monitor and assure the quality of the provided goods or services by overseeing that all the factors of the production meet quality requirements. Supervise product inspection and testing.

  • Control textile process

    Planning and monitoring textile production to achieve control on behalf of quality, productivity and delivery time.

  • Distinguish accessories

    Distinguish accessories in order to determine differences among them. Evaluate accessories based on their characteristics and their application in wearing apparel manufacturing.

  • Test physical properties of textiles

    Evaluating the physical properties of textiles by using testing methods, normally in accordance with a standard; it includes fibre identification and trouble shooting.

  • Measure yarn count

    Be able to measure yarn length and mass to assess fineness of roving, sliver and yarn in different measuring systems.Also able to convert into the various numbering system such as tex, Nm, Ne, denier, etc.

Optional knowledge and skills

staple spinning machine technology knitting machine technology research and development in textiles dyeing technology properties of fabrics textile finishing technology manufacture nonwoven staple products use warp preparation technologies manage data manufacture texturised filament yarns process man-made fibres manufacture braided products use weft preparation technologies manufacture woven fabrics manufacture knitted textiles nonwoven machine technology manufacture staple yarns braiding technology manufacture weft knitted fabrics manufacture non-woven filament products use textile finishing machine technologies use warp knitting technologies textile chemistry use weaving machine technologies