Course Aim: This unit covers inspecting products, keeping records and providing feedback on the conformance of the product to specifications.
This unit applies to the basic inspection of completed or partly completed products produced by others. Inspection is carried out according to a site quality plan or specifications; it applies to a range of manufacturing enterprises; and requires application of a range of measuring equipment/devices/tools.
Location and frequency of checks/tests and measurements are undertaken to standard operating procedures. In general, verification should be made as close as possible to the point of production of the feature or characteristic. Inspection may involve ‘first piece inspection’, fixed interval, sample etc. Depending on the process, other technical units may need to be accessed, for example, appropriate measurement units.
Course Duration: 4 hours
Capital Safety recommend that persons undertaking this course have a height safety appreciation through having completed the Height Safety Theory or Work Safely at Heights training.
By the end of the course, the student will be able to:
Demonstrate knowledge of:
- The procedures as defined by job instructions to be used to check conformance to specifications
- The data to be recorded and the frequency of recording required
- The consequences of not keeping accurate records
- Non-conformances of given products that can be removed by rework/repair in accordance with job instructions
- Hazards and control measures associated with performing basic inspection activities<.li>
- Use and application of personal protective equipment, Safe work practices and procedures
Demonstrate skills in:
- Reading, interpreting and following information on written job instructions, standard operating procedures and other applicable reference documents
- Testing products for conformance to specifications in accordance with job instructions
- Entering routine and familiar information onto proformas and standard workplace forms