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What is quality assurance (QA) according to DIN EN ISO?

Quality assurance (QA) according to DIN EN ISO comprises systematic measures to ensure that products and services meet certain quality requirements. These measures are designed to prevent errors and ensure the reliability of products.

Quality assurance processes:

Testing: Regular inspection of products and services to ensure that they meet specified quality standards.
Audits: Systematic and independent investigations to assess compliance with quality requirements and to identify potential for improvement.
Continuous improvement: Constant optimization of production and administrative processes to increase quality and minimize errors.

Advantages of quality assurance:

Error prevention: Preventive measures ensure that errors are identified and rectified at an early stage before they lead to major problems.
Reliability: Ensuring the consistency and reliability of products and services, leading to greater customer satisfaction.
Legal certainty: Compliance with legal and normative requirements, which reduces the risk of legal problems.
Competitive advantage: Companies that implement strict QA measures can set themselves apart from the competition through high quality.

Conclusion: Quality assurance (QA) in accordance with DIN EN ISO is an essential part of quality management. Through systematic inspections, audits and continuous improvements, companies ensure that their products and services meet high quality requirements, which leads to error prevention, greater reliability and increased customer satisfaction.

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