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Quality Control Inspector
Food and Beverage

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Professional Qualifications Required

The minimum requirement to become a quality control inspector is a high school diploma, along with on-the-job-training, which typically lasts for as little as a month or up to a year. Must be ISO 9000/9001 Qualified.

Technical / Vocational Skills Required

to understand technical documents, manuals, and blueprints to ensure that products meet the correct standards • Detail oriented – to spot issues and monitor products or parts that do not meet compliance

Job Description

The type of company quality control inspectors work for will determine their exact roles and responsibilities. Based on job listings we analyzed, quality control inspectors’ duties typically include:

Job Details / Responsibilities

Monitoring Operations

After approving the production processes by confirming specifications and conducting visual and measurement tests, quality control inspectors monitor the operations to ensure they meet the approved systems, communicating any required changes to the production supervisor.

Maintaining Records of Testing

As part of their daily tasks, quality control inspectors maintain detailed records of the testing that’s been carried out, as well as relevant additional information, and various metrics such as the number of defective products produced each day.

Inspecting Procedures

Quality control inspectors inspect, test, or measure materials using gauges, calipers, and micrometers, as well as operating electronic inspection equipment to ensure that all necessary procedures and products are inspected to a high standard.

Creating Reports for Quality Manager

From the data collected from inspections, quality control inspectors create reports for the quality manager of the company to highlight issues, detail the number of defective products being produced, and explain where improvements can be made.

Maintaining Compliance

Quality control inspectors monitor production areas, ensuring they meet health and safety compliance, and check that all manufactured products or parts meet the necessary production standards.

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