Category Archives: Quality Control

Moisture check format for Mold prevention

One common cause of moisture problems or mold issue is WET. Anything WET is causes Mold. So to regular monitor Moisture in manufacturing area need to follow report format or checklist Below is some Moisture check format Moisture Check Report Of Before Conveyor Garments Moisture Check Report of Incoming Goods Moisture content check report (Sewing… Read More »

Control procedures for Mold prevention

Mold, mildew, or fungus are considered serious health-threatening allergens found in residential, commercial, industrial, and marine buildings, structures, and environments. For Mold prevention below is the standard control procedures. Control procedures for Mold prevention Written controls must be in place at laundries to ensure drying cycle times & temperatures are accurately controlled devises are monitored… Read More »

Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Mold Prevention

Molds are organisms which are neither plant nor animal. Mold is a fungus. It’s not easy visual in beginning time or gain start time but once it gain fully then easily can found or clearly visual. The dusty texture of many molds is caused by profuse numbers of asexual spores formed by differentiation at the… Read More »

7 point system container checking for Mold

For Mold prevention it needs to confirm or ensure the transporting container should as standard or anti mold container. To ensure the safe container need to follow 7 point container check Those 7 point container system are followed below CONTAINER 7 POINT SYSTEM CHECKING General Ensure interior corner blocks are visible and not false, and… Read More »

Mold or Fungus

What is Mold? Molds are organisms which are neither plant nor animal. Mold is a fungus. Mold plays a major role in causing DECOMPOSITION of organic material. Mold is a fungus that grows in the form of multi-cellular filaments called hyphae. Condition for Mold Growth Environment: Relative humidity higher than 65% (Water drops from the… Read More »

Metal Detection

Ensuring that all garments Kids wear and adult‘s wear don’t having any metal trims in the products and ensure all products pass by the metal detector machine. It is now a major compliance requirement that to ensure the metal free zone and that all records and calibrations are maintained properly. Quality manager & Maintenance team… Read More »

Procedure of Hourly Audit Inspection

Ensure product quality on complete garments by hourly complete carton inspection. This procedure can be control or feedback to Final Inspection stage for to produce smoothly & Good Quality production. A Hourly Auditor is responsible for this audit. Stage of inspection: Preparation of inspection Carton selection Shipping mark Carton audit Sample quantity Styling & accessories… Read More »

Content of fabric inspection report

Below are content of fabric inspection report Inspection report number Date Fabric supplier Product supplier Order number with detail Fabric description Color Cut-able width Weight in gram per meter square (for jersey) Roll number and roll weight (for jersey) Dye lot Fabric length according to roll ticket Inspected length Color shade Bowing/Skewing Roll points Roll… Read More »

Overview of Continuous Improvement

Agenda Continual Improvement Process Continuous versus Continual Improvement Kaizen Continual Improvement Process Continual improvement process or CIP is a steady effort made to improve existing processes, products, or services. Delivery processes are evaluated against efficiency, effectiveness, and flexibility. William Edwards Deming quotes, “CIP is a part of the system, where feedback from the process and… Read More »

Fish Bone Analysis

Fish Bone Analysis is to find the problem then short it within correct place & time. As to act take a point that is ‘Dirty Spot’. So below is the detail that How to do Fish Bone Analysis. Solving Dirty Spot by Fish Bone Analysis What is Fish bone diagram?? Fish bone diagram is a… Read More »