Organizations must have some method for minimizing the total cost of inspecting from incoming, intermediate, and outgoing product inspections and at the same time not jeopardize quality of product reaching the production line or the customer.
One of the alternatives to 100% inspection of product is Sampling Inspection, also known as Acceptance Sampling. The purpose of Acceptance Sampling is to determine the disposition of goods or services (accept, reject, or screen). This is done by selecting the disposition that minimizes the cost of inspection to achieve a desired level of quality.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for managers, engineers, or researchers who are responsible using sampling methods and wish to optimize these methods for both cost and effectiveness.
Through training, participants will:
- Understand the risk involved in any sampling plan, namely the producer’s and the customer’s risk
- Gain knowledge on the various performance curves of a sampling plan and their interpretation
- Understand the advantages and disadvantages of various sampling plans
Introduction to Sampling
- What is the Real Purpose of Acceptance Sampling?
- Benefits of Acceptance Sampling
- Brief History of Acceptance Sampling
- Definition of a Sampling Plan with Assumptions
- Type A vs. Type B Sampling
- 100% vs. Sampling Inspection
- Selecting the Proper Sampling Plan
- Double sampling Plan Example
Attribute Sampling Plans
- c=0 Plans
- ANSI/ASQ Z1.4 Plans
- LTPD Dodge-Romig Plans
- AOQL System Plans
- Chain Sampling
- Skip Lot Sampling
- Continuous Production Sampling Plans
- Sequential Analysis for Fraction Defective
Variables Sampling Plans
- K and M Methods
- ANSI/ASQ Z1.9 (MIL-STD 414)
Basic SPC or the equivalent
Instructor-led class training, with opportunities to practice learned skills using prepared data
Minitab or JMP Statistical Software