SPC for SQF Training Course


from Quality One Australia

Process Stability is a primary desire of any industry, manufacturing, government or service including the food production and manufacturing industry. The requirement of SQF Quality Code edition 8 is aiming for processes providing consistent good quality. This is stated in of the code - the SQF quality practitioner shall be competent in statistical process control (SPC) and/or other quality tools to reduce process variation and drive root cause analysis of non-conformities. Stable processes can be improved further by applying the principles of capability. Control charts help the user understand what is likely to occur next and when an unstable condition takes place requiring study.

Pareto Diagram

Control Chart methods are also taught in Six Sigma courses, as they are a great benefit for those attempting to learn about a process for the purpose of improving it.

Many methods exist but the most commons ones are listed below:

  • X bar and Range
  • Individual moving range
  • Multi-variant control charts
  • C, np and u charts for attributes

Quality One Australia represents DataNet WinSPC in this region.

The following topics will be covered in the SPC training in detail:

  • What is SPC?
  • SPC - History
  • Why SPC?
  • The 7 SPC tools
  • Check Sheets
  • Pareto Charts
  • Cause and Effect diagram
  • Control charts
  • Histogram
  • Process Capability Studies
  • Using SPC in Root Cause Analysis
  • Using SPC to reduce variation
  • Scatter diagram
  • What SPC tool(s) should you use during process improvements?
  • The Do's and Don'ts of an SPC implementation
  • How can you make SPC work for you?
  • How can WinSPC help with your SPC needs?

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