Quality Assurance

Trisen Quality Assurance

TRISEN practices a Quality Assurance approach in our manufacturing process. QA is the methodology of prevention that evaluates various aspects of a new product introduction or service to determine the minimum standards of quality being restored by the manufacturing process at every stage of the product life cycle. We ensure products are defect-free by preventing mistakes with Quality Assurance. We are focused on providing confidence that quality requirements will be fulfilled and regulatory compliance by documenting the practices, creating a policy, training the employees, and conducting periodic audits to ensure that quality standards are met.

Quality Assurance Flow Chart

Our Quality Assurance Principles

Fit For Part Purpose
The product should be meeting the customer requirements.
Do Rights In First Time
Mistakes and failure should be eliminated.

Our Quality Assurance Process

PDCA (Plan, Do, Study, & Act)
The PDCA activities can be recalled if the the following incidents arises: –

  • Request to do a new quality improvement project.
  • Reengineering improvements for a process, product, or service.
  • Analyzing of data to rectify problems or root causes.
  • Resume repetitive production process.
  • A reported failure in meeting quality standard.
  • Implementing any changes in Quality Management System.
PlanIdentify a quality improvement request and Plan a change.
DoDo a test run after the change, a small-scale qty for study.
StudyReview the test and Study the results.
ActAct on the new result and take immediate action.









Continuous Improvement Process (CIP)
An ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes through small incremental steps.

Step 1

Identify Improvement Opportunity: Select the appropriate process for improvement.

Step 2

Analyze: Identify and verify the root cause(s).

Step 3

Take Action: Plan and implement actions that correct the root cause(s).

Step 4

Study Results: Confirm the actions taken to achieve the target.

Step 5

Standardize Solution: Ensure the improved level of performance is maintained.

Step 6

Plan for the Future: Evaluate the team’s effectiveness Set a target for improvement.

Our Quality Assurance Tools

Control Chart
Pareto Chart
Cause & Effect Diagram
Check Sheet
Process Capability Index & Ratio (CPK)

The Benefit of Quality Assurance

Increase productivity
Cost reduction
Less waste
Better teamwork and morale
On time delivery
Greater agility
Increase in profit
Greater customer satisfaction

Quality Assurance (QA) Surveillance

TRISEN monitor quality assurance surveillence as an on going verification that the vendor’s quality system meets the contractual quality requirements.

Identifies critical processes
Post review a written risk-based plan
Performs data analysis

Our Quality Management Plan (QMP)

The Quality Management is the act of overseeing all activities and tasks that must be accomplished to maintain a desired level of excellence. This includes the determination of a quality policy, creating and implementing quality planning and assurance, and quality control and quality improvement.

QA cannot absolutely guarantee the production of quality products.

ISO 9001 - 2015
Accredition : AFNOR
ISO 14000 - 2015
Accredition : INTERTEK
IATF 16949 - 2016
Accredition : AFNOR

Quality Policy

Improvement In Challenging Total Customer Satisfaction.

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