Having 3rd Party QA/QC (Quality Assurance Quality Control) will Ensure Assets are Maintained
What is QA/QC?
QAQC stands for Quality Assurance, Quality Control.
What is the difference between QA and QC?
|Quality Assurance – QA||Quality Control – QC|
|QA is related to process||QC is related to product|
|QA is a quality process that is proactive||QC is a quality process that is reactive|
|QA is related to defect prevention||QC is related to defect detection|
|QA is aimed at improving development|
and test processes
|QC is aimed at identifying defects after|
|QA is a process during product development||QC is a process during product manufacturing|
|QA is a managerial tool||QC is a corrective tool|
|QA makes sure we are doing the right|
things the right way
|QC makes sure the results of what we have|
done are what we expected
There are also similarities between the two but what is important for you to know is that is it a critical element for your assets.How Can Asset Integrity Inspections Help My Company?
- Inspection of Steel Bridges
- Inspection and reception of materials and equipment
- Construction Inspection
- Inspection of Infrastructure, wind and telecommunications towers
- Quality Assurance
- Quality Control
Asset Integrity Inspections carries out technical inspection and 3rd Party Inspections on behalf of the owner for every kind of construction projects, ensuring quality and safety in construction.
Some of the projects for which we have provided technical inspection and supervisory control includes airport facilities, bridges, industrial facilities units, power plants, offshore oil rigs, rail and subway infrastructures, pipelines and motorways.
Asset Integrity Inspections expertise:
- Metallic and mechanical constructions
- Lifting equipment and machines
Asset Integrity Inspections provides services with QA/QC specialists, during large projects design, feed, construction and commissioning phases. Don’t risk your assets to anyone else. Talk to us today.