Quality control has several names such as quality control, or quality control, abbreviated as QC, and can be defined as a set of activities and processes used in detecting and detecting discrepancies in product characteristics, or controlling the system’s outputs and extracting and correcting errors. Control is an aspect of quality assurance.
Quality control can be defined as ensuring the suitability of the product and its conformity with the purposes for which it was designed, and thus achieving consumer satisfaction by meeting their desires, and this requires that there be standard specifications; This is in order to follow them up easily and achieve them, and then make some repairs and interventions in the event of deviations and defects. They are also efforts exerted by the workforce to produce products, and they provide an opportunity for the facility to achieve the highest standards imposed by quality.
Safety and security instructions within the quality control laboratory
1- It is necessary to make a list of the chemicals used in each experiment, along with an evaluation of the risk for each substance and the treatment used in the event of exposure to or ingestion of the substance (if any).
2- If a carcinogenic substance is found among the materials used in the experiment, the students must be alerted to take precautions while dealing with it, and an alternative must be found, and the reasons for using it should be explained to the students (such as the best and least harmful options).
3- The COSHH Risk Assessment Form (form) must be filled out by those in charge of the course, including professors and attendants, as well as researchers.
n- 4 Designating the experiments in which hazardous materials are dealt with and additional arrangements are made for safety precautions in anticipation of any emergency.
5 – It is important to store chemicals in the right place and take into account the compatibility and incompatibility between them.
6 – Make enlarged and clear posters with safety instructions that must be followed by students, oblige them to view them, and be held accountable in case of negligence.
You should also always warn:
To avoid smelling or inhaling the odors of chemicals.
Do not touch or taste the chemicals.
That chemicals or related equipment be taken out of the laboratory.
While heating over a flame, point the test tube towards your face.
Prevent chemicals from spilling on you while opening it.
Never get your finger or head close to an open flame.
Trying to forcefully unscrew the intractable glassware.
To carry out chemical experiments only after obtaining permission to do so.
Doing chemical experiments on your own outside of working hours.
than to eat or drink inside the chemical laboratories.
Smoking in chemical laboratories