How to become a quality controller
Examine products to ensure they meet established industry standards and specifications.
What does a quality controller do?
Duties and tasks
- Collect products or produce for assessment
- Examine produce and assessing its conformity to health and safety codes
- Examine products for cracks, tears, rips, or other inconsistencies
- Familiarise self with industry standards and specifications
- File reports and keeping records as needed
- Grade or ranking produce according to its quality
- Food Inspector
- Local Government Inspector
- Manufacturing Inspector
- Quality Control Officer
- Quality Coordinator
- Quality Technician
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