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Quality Inspection
Quality issues are identified, registered and solved in a consistent manner across the organization by a variety of individuals that allows for the adoption and sharing of new best practices.
ACTIVATING THE UNTAPPED POTENTIAL OF THE FRONTLINE
Today's Challenges

Quality inspections are being completed by a variety of individuals across the company, but there is no consistent way to report, track and rectify these issues.

  • No a consistent way to capture and track the quality issues reported across the organization
  • Lack of visibility into the results of Quality Inspections prevents organization learning and the same issues are solved repeatedly
  • Inability to easily report on quality issues and trends for compliance requirements results in significant manual work

 

Rever Benefits

Quality issues are identified, registered and solved in a consistent manner across the organization by a variety of individuals that allows for the adoption and sharing of new best practices.

  • Quality issues are registered in consistent manner within a centralized platform for visibility into the types of issues and to track issue resolution
  • Visibility into Quality issues helps Supervisors, Quality Team Members, and leadership Teams to track activity, risks, and results in Quality 
  • Reports on Quality Inspection results provide important input for regulatory and customer compliance needs
HOW REVER HELPS
Prepare & Publish the Routine
1

Create the Quality routine and the specific routine of the day in Rever. Define the teams and individuals that will do the Change over routine Key information - Name (e.g. Quality Inspection in Warehouse week 34)) - Area - Assignees - Frequency
Execute the Routine & Capture Findings
2

Assignees executed the Quality Inspection and capture their findings. Findings may range from observations, to issues or improvement ideas. Key information - Finding Description - Due date - Picture - Assignee
Follow up on Findings
3

Employees address Findings individually or in collaboration with colleagues. Managers maintain visibility into Findings, help drive execution, and track progress.
Share & Report
4

Visibility into activity, execution, and the impact on the operation Share the learning across the organization. Provide reports and insight to leadership teams.
IN ACTION
Food & Beverage Manufacturing
Define Quality Inspection Scope and Steps
Establish Quality indicators (visual, taste, package…) to review during manufacturing process. Train supervisors and operators in the required Quality Indicators and how to spot anomalies. Quality Inspection created in Rever and assigned to teams/areas.


Launch Routine and Capture Findings
Individuals perform the Quality Inspection at the established frequency and log findings in Rever. Findings may addressed immediately, or assigned to other team members to complete.


Track Results and Impact
Quality Inspection execution is documented and resolution of Findings tracked. Quality Inspection reports on activity and results are reviewed regularly across the company and by Quality Team. Best practices of Quality Inspection activities are shared across the company.