A consideration of zero defects
17 February 2020
By Dr Peter Standring, technical secretary, Industrial Metalforming Technologies (IMfT)
The term ‘zero defects’ was coined by Quality Guru Philip Crosby in the mid 1960s whilst working on a US rocket programme. His aim; to reduce the number of failed launches. In essence, he sought to eliminate defects using quality management tools.
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