ASQ Inspection Division Webinar (0.1 RU) — Using an Ishikawa Diagram to Identify Special Cause Variation in Control Charts
Where the results of a process cannot be fully verified by subsequent inspection and testing, the process shall be validated with a high degree of assurance and approved according to established procedures.
However, validation is only the beginning of this requirement. Validated processes must also be controlled and monitored; a requirement generally referred to as continuous process monitoring.
Analyzing a control chart to identify special cause variation can be facilitated by using an Ishikawa diagram
- Discuss continuous process monitoring requirements.
- Identify continuous process monitoring techniques.
- Choose the correct control chart for the type of data.
- Interpret control charts to identify special cause variation.
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