Quality Control/ In-Process Quality Control

Quality control is a process by which units evaluate the value/excellence of all factors involved in the production. It is a combination of all the characteristics of a product that determines the degree of the acceptability of the product. ISO 9000 defines quality control as "A part of quality management focused on fulfilling quality requirements".

The principal idea of Quality Control is that quality must be made into the Quality control is a process by which units evaluate the value/ excellence of all factors involved in the production. It is a combination of all the characteristics of a product that determine the degree of acceptability of the product (product during research, development, and production. Industries like the pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries, the organized effort within an entire establishment to design product and assure the specified quality in each unit of product distributed should be maintained at all times.

IPQC or In-Process Quality Control allows the producer to follow all changes that occur during applied technological procedures. It assures the manufacturer that the finished product fulfils all quality requirements, most of all that the product should be safe.