Quality Assurance
Quality Control:
Essentially, quality control involves the examination of a product, service, or process for certain minimum levels of quality. The goal of a quality control team is to identify products or services that do not meet a company's specified standards of quality. If a problem is identified, the job of a quality control team or professional may involve stopping production temporarily. Depending on the particular service or product, as well as the type of problem identified, production or implementation may not cease entirely.
Usually, it is not the job of a quality control team or professional to correct quality issues. Typically, other individuals are involved in the process of discovering the cause of quality issues and fixing them. Once such problems are overcome, the product, service, or process continues production or implementation as usual.
Quality control can cover not just products, services, and processes, but also people. Employees are an important part of any company. If a company has employees that don't haveadequate skills or training, have trouble understanding directions, or are misinformed, quality may be severely diminished. When quality control is considered in terms of human beings, it concerns correctable issues. However, it should not be confused with human resource issues.
Often, quality control is confused with quality assurance. Though the two are very similar, there are some basic differences. Quality control is concerned with the product, while quality assurance is process-oriented.
Even with such a clear-cut difference defined, identifying the differences between the two can be hard. Basically, quality control involves evaluating a product, activity, process, or service. By contrast, quality assurance is designed to make sure processes are sufficient to meet objectives. Simply put, quality assurance ensures a product or service is manufactured, implemented, created, or produced in the right way; while quality control evaluates whether or not the end result is satisfactory.
This approach places an emphasis on three aspects:
1.Elements such as controls, job management, defined and well managed processes, performance and integrity criteria, and identification of records
2.Competence, such as knowledge, skills, experience, and qualifications
3.Soft elements, such as personnel integrity, confidence, organizational culture, motivation, team spirit, and quality relationships.
R&D Capacity:
About the R&D Department The Research &Development Department is a central corporate function within the Gihong. The Department, in collaboration with the University of Tsinghua, supports the development of high quality R&D within the Tsinghua Researching Program.
Reporting to the Researching Director, the Department comprises an R&D Director who works alongside an Associate Director. The Senior R&D Manager has a joint appointment with the University of Tsinghua and is supported by the R&D Team.
The R&D Department takes an organization-level lead in ensuring that research is conducted and managed to high scientific, ethical and financial standards, prepares all submissions to the Gihong to secure and account for R&D Support Funding and contributes to developing an active research organization.
In order to meet these responsibilities, the Department works closely with the China Association Of Machinery Manufacturing Technology (CAMMT). Each department in the Gihong is aligned to CAMMT that acts as an autonomous business unit. The R&D Department supports CAMMT by finding the balance between ensuring that the legal and ethical requirements of researchers are met within the Gihong while allowing CAMMT to develop their research activity.

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