Asked by: Maciej Jorgesasked in category: General Last Updated: 10th March, 2020
What is a control plan Six Sigma?
Similarly, it is asked, what are the 5 elements of a control plan?
Seven attributes to consider when creating a control plan are:
- 1.1 Measurements and Specifications.
- 1.2 Input/Output to a Process.
- 1.3 Processes Involved.
- 1.4 Frequency of Reporting and Sampling Methodology.
- 1.5 Recording of Information.
- 1.6 Corrective Actions.
- 1.7 The Process Owner.
- 1.8 Summary.
One may also ask, what is the actual process of control plan? The Control Plan is a document that describes the actions (measurements, inspections, quality checks or monitoring of process parameters) required at each phase of a process to assure the process outputs will conform to pre-determined requirements.
Keeping this in view, what are the three types of controls of a control plan?
3 Types of Control Plans
- Prototype. A prototype control plan is applicable if a component is in the early phase of development.
- General part and supplier information.
- Process Steps and Support Equipment.
- Product and Process Characteristics.
- Methods of Control.
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What is the first step in developing a control plan?
Process Design And Execution: The control plan is built around the central process, and determining appropriate standards for a given process and setting associated performance criteria is the first step in creating a Control Plan.