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SEPTEMBER 20, 2023
1 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t
Page 1 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd
Md. Mizanur Rahman
AGM (Fabrics Finishing & Quality)
Email: mizan.finishing@chaitycomposite.com
Cell: +880 1911 309216
2 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t
Page 2 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd
Quality Assurance
Department
3 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t
Page 3 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd
Index
1. Introduction Page -04
2. Definition of Quality -05
3. Definition of Quality Control (QC) -05
4. Definition of Quality Inspection (QI) -06
5. Quality Organogram of Department -07
6. Jobs Responsibility -08
7. Four (4) point System -19
8. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Delivery -23
9. Fabrics Delivery Approval Authority procedure -24
10. Quality Policy -25
11. Process Flow Chart of Quality -26
12. Online Inspection point -28
13. Yarn dyed Inspection -29
14. Print (AOP) Fabrics Inspection -29
15. Fleece Fabrics Inspection -30
16. Sueded Fabrics Inspection -30
17. Inspection Machine -30
18. Table Inspection -31
19. Compactor Machine Inspection -31
20. Ensure Quality before inspection -32
21. Out Of 4 point System -32
22. Hand folding -33
23. Knitting Online Inspection -34
24. Knitting fabrics Quality -34
25. Bowing Inspection -35
26. Shade Check Procedure -36
27. Munsell test -38
28. Running Shade check -39
29. GSM Checking Procedure -40
30. Shrinkage Correction -41
31. GSM Correction -41
32. FTD -42
33. GPQ -44
34. Buyer wise Testing Requirement -46
35. Buyer wise File Keeping procedure -48
36. Quality Related Shortcut -50
37. Inspection M/c SOP -52
38. Grey Fabrics Inspection -53
39. Grey Scales -55
40. All over print -56
41. Multifibre test fabrics -58
42. Buyer wise Merchandise & responsible person -59
43. Goal of Quality Department -60
4 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t
Page 4 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd
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K‡i Zzj‡Z, ¸bv¸Y cwieZ©b K‡i, wek¦ evRvi G ¯^í Li‡P, ¯^í mg‡q, AvKl©bxq c‡Y¨i
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5 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t
Page 5 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd
Quality Assurance Department
(`ª‡e¨i ¸bv¸Y wbð©Z Kiv)
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c~i‡Y mnZv Ki‡e|
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Quality Assurance: Quality Assurance is a process focused concept, where the
processes are put in place to ensure the correct steps are done in the correct way.
If the correct processes are in place there is some assurance that the actual
results will turn out as expected.
Quality Control: Quality Control is a product focused concept, where checking of
the actual results are done to ensure that things are as expected. If the correct
controls are in place you can know for certain that the actual results have been
achieved because the actual results have been checked
Quality Inspection: Graded the quality standard by inspection.
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1. i-‡gUvwi‡q‡ji e¨envi †hvM¨Zv wbwðZ KiY|
2. gvb m¤§Z Drcv`b wbwðZ Kiv|
3. Drcv`b, Z‡_¨i Av`vb cÖ`vb, mgm¨v Kgv‡bvi welq gwbUwis Kiv|
4. mgm¨vi cwigvb Kgv‡bv ev wbwðZ Kiv|
5. Drcv`b LiP Kgv‡bv|
6. Drcv`b ÿgZv e„w× Kiv|
7. c‡Y¨i gvb e„w× Kiv|
8. GKB KvR evi evi Kivi cÖebZv Kgv‡bv, A_©vr cÖ_g Ae¯’vq KvR Kiv|
9. AwbqwgZ / wejw¤¢Z wkc‡g›U Kgv‡bv|
10. ‡Kv¤úvwbi mybvg e„w× Kiv|
Quality Control ( gvb wbqš¿b ): fzj wm×v‡Z wK mgm¨v n‡Z cv‡i ?
1. †Kv¤úvwbi mybvg bó n‡Z cv‡i|
2. Avw_©K ÿwZ n‡Z cv‡i|
3. wkc&‡g›U ev` n‡Z cv‡i|
4. LiP e„w× n‡Z cv‡i|
5. MÖvn‡Ki mv‡_ fzj eySveywS n‡Z cv‡i|

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Quality Manual Chaity Group.pdf

  • 2. 1 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 1 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Md. Mizanur Rahman AGM (Fabrics Finishing & Quality) Email: mizan.finishing@chaitycomposite.com Cell: +880 1911 309216
  • 3. 2 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 2 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Quality Assurance Department
  • 4. 3 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 3 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Index 1. Introduction Page -04 2. Definition of Quality -05 3. Definition of Quality Control (QC) -05 4. Definition of Quality Inspection (QI) -06 5. Quality Organogram of Department -07 6. Jobs Responsibility -08 7. Four (4) point System -19 8. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Delivery -23 9. Fabrics Delivery Approval Authority procedure -24 10. Quality Policy -25 11. Process Flow Chart of Quality -26 12. Online Inspection point -28 13. Yarn dyed Inspection -29 14. Print (AOP) Fabrics Inspection -29 15. Fleece Fabrics Inspection -30 16. Sueded Fabrics Inspection -30 17. Inspection Machine -30 18. Table Inspection -31 19. Compactor Machine Inspection -31 20. Ensure Quality before inspection -32 21. Out Of 4 point System -32 22. Hand folding -33 23. Knitting Online Inspection -34 24. Knitting fabrics Quality -34 25. Bowing Inspection -35 26. Shade Check Procedure -36 27. Munsell test -38 28. Running Shade check -39 29. GSM Checking Procedure -40 30. Shrinkage Correction -41 31. GSM Correction -41 32. FTD -42 33. GPQ -44 34. Buyer wise Testing Requirement -46 35. Buyer wise File Keeping procedure -48 36. Quality Related Shortcut -50 37. Inspection M/c SOP -52 38. Grey Fabrics Inspection -53 39. Grey Scales -55 40. All over print -56 41. Multifibre test fabrics -58 42. Buyer wise Merchandise & responsible person -59 43. Goal of Quality Department -60
  • 5. 4 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 4 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd f~wgKv (Introduction)t wkí Drcv`‡b cÖwZ‡hvMxZv m„wó Kiv, bZzb bZzb evRvi ˆZix Kiv, c‡Y¨i gvb‡K AvKl©bxq K‡i Zzj‡Z, ¸bv¸Y cwieZ©b K‡i, wek¦ evRvi G ¯^í Li‡P, ¯^í mg‡q, AvKl©bxq c‡Y¨i cwiPq m„wó Kiv| “Better Quality & Higher productivity” Ges ‡µZvi g‡bv‡hvM e„w× Kiv, G ‡ÿ‡Î ˆPwZ †Kv¤úwRU wjt †Kvqv‡jwU †Kv›Uª‡j †Kvb Avcm Ki‡Q bv, bZzb bZzb c‡Y¨ ‰Zix‡Z GK RvuK D‡Ïgx Ziæb w`b ivZ KvR K‡i hv‡”Q, hvnv AvMvgx cÖRb¥ Dcjãx Ki‡Z cvi‡e Ges wek¦ A_©bxwZ‡Z ¯^Kxq c‡Y¨i ¸bv¸b I wek¦ evRv‡ii P¨v‡jÄ †gvKv‡ejvq ˆPwZ †Kv¤úwRU wjt AMÖbx f~wgKv ivL‡Z, ‡Kvqv‡jwU †Kv›Uªj I G‡mv‡iÝ wWcvUg¨v›U e× cwiKi|
  • 6. 5 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 5 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Quality Assurance Department (`ª‡e¨i ¸bv¸Y wbð©Z Kiv) ‡Kvqv‡jwU: ‡Kvb `ª‡e¨i KZ ¸‡jv ˆewkó¨ ev AvPiY hvnv †fv³v‡`i D‡Ïk¨ ev Pvwn`v c~i‡Y mÿg | ‡Kvqv‡jwU ‡KvȪj: ‡Kvb m~-m„•Lj e¨e¯’v hvnv †Kvb Kvw•LZ `ªe¨w` Drcv`‡b mÿg| ‡Kvqv‡jwU cwiÿvKiY: ‡Kvb m~-m„•Lj e¨e¯’vi gva¨‡g `ª‡e¨i ¸bv¸Y cwiÿv Kiv, hvnv †fv³vi Pvwn`v c~i‡Y mnZv Ki‡e| ‡Kvqv‡jwU wbð©Z Kiv: cÖwµqv MZ fv‡e `ª‡e¨i ¸bv¸Y wbð©Z Kiv| Quality Assurance: Quality Assurance is a process focused concept, where the processes are put in place to ensure the correct steps are done in the correct way. If the correct processes are in place there is some assurance that the actual results will turn out as expected. Quality Control: Quality Control is a product focused concept, where checking of the actual results are done to ensure that things are as expected. If the correct controls are in place you can know for certain that the actual results have been achieved because the actual results have been checked Quality Inspection: Graded the quality standard by inspection. Quality Control ( gvb wbqš¿b ): †Kb cÖ‡qvRb ? 1. i-‡gUvwi‡q‡ji e¨envi †hvM¨Zv wbwðZ KiY| 2. gvb m¤§Z Drcv`b wbwðZ Kiv| 3. Drcv`b, Z‡_¨i Av`vb cÖ`vb, mgm¨v Kgv‡bvi welq gwbUwis Kiv| 4. mgm¨vi cwigvb Kgv‡bv ev wbwðZ Kiv| 5. Drcv`b LiP Kgv‡bv| 6. Drcv`b ÿgZv e„w× Kiv| 7. c‡Y¨i gvb e„w× Kiv| 8. GKB KvR evi evi Kivi cÖebZv Kgv‡bv, A_©vr cÖ_g Ae¯’vq KvR Kiv| 9. AwbqwgZ / wejw¤¢Z wkc‡g›U Kgv‡bv| 10. ‡Kv¤úvwbi mybvg e„w× Kiv| Quality Control ( gvb wbqš¿b ): fzj wm×v‡Z wK mgm¨v n‡Z cv‡i ? 1. †Kv¤úvwbi mybvg bó n‡Z cv‡i| 2. Avw_©K ÿwZ n‡Z cv‡i| 3. wkc&‡g›U ev` n‡Z cv‡i| 4. LiP e„w× n‡Z cv‡i| 5. MÖvn‡Ki mv‡_ fzj eySveywS n‡Z cv‡i|
  • 7. 6 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 6 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Inspector: A_© cwi`k©K, †Kvb `ª‡e¨i ¸bMZ ˆewkó¨ ¸wji hvPvB Kvix‡K B‡Ý‡c±i e‡j| ‡Kvqv‡jwU B‡Ý‡c±i t ‡Kvqv‡jwU k‡ãi A_© ¸b ev gvb Ges B‡Ý‡c±i k‡ãi A_© cwi`k©K| ‡Kvqv‡jwU B‡Ý‡c±i Gi A_© gvb hvPvBKvix| myZivs †cvlv‡Ki ¸bMZ gvb hvPvBKvix‡K ‡Kvqv‡jwU B‡Ý‡c±i e‡j| ‡Kvqv‡jwU B‡Ý‡c±i Gi ¸bvejxt 1. P¨v‡jÄ MÖn‡bi AvMÖn _vK‡Z n‡e| 2. Uxg Iqv‡K© KvR Kivi ÿgZv _vK‡Z n‡e| 3. Kvjv‡ii †Uvb m¤ú‡K© fvj avibv _vK‡Z n‡e| 4. bZzb‡Z¡i cÖwZ AvMÖn _vK‡Z n‡e| 5. MvwbwZK fvj aviYv _vK‡Z n‡e| 6. ‡dvi c‡q›U m¤ú‡K© fvj `ÿZv AR©b Ki‡Z n‡e| 7. ¸iæZ¡ c~b© wel‡qi cÖwZ †Lqvj ivL‡Z n‡e| 8. ‡Pv‡Li `„wó fvj _vK‡Z n‡e| 9. my›`i nv‡Zi †jLv _vK‡Z n‡e| 10.mwVK Z_¨ msiÿY Ki‡Z n‡e|
  • 8. 7 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 7 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd SL Requirement Existing Short 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 3 2 1 0 4 2 2 0 5 2 1 1 6 2 1 1 7 4 2 2 8 4 0 4 9 10 8 2 10 14 14 0 11 5 4 1 12 5 2 3 13 6 3 3 14 5 3 2 15 1 1 0 16 2 1 1 17 2 0 2 18 14 10 4 19 4 2 2 20 33 23 10 21 3 2 1 122 82 39 Director Shift (01Reliever) Summary Total 15Reliever Asst Manager (QAD) Approvered AGM(Fabrics Finishing & Quality) DGM(Admin) GM(Fabrics) General General (02Reliever) Shift (05Reliever) Shift (01Reliever) Shift (01Reliever) Shift Shift (01Reliever) General Shift Shift Shift Shift (02Reliever) Shift (02Reliever) Sample & Quality Shade & Grey Reporting & Delivery Update Jr. Inspector (GPQ) Buyer Wise Jr. Inspector (Sample) Inspector (Grey) ERP AGM GPQ Head Executive Shift In-charge Supervisor (Finish & Grey) Supervisor (Shade) Sr Inspector (Compactor)-3 M/c Inspector (Table Check) Sr Inspector(Stenter)-5 M/c Inspector (Machine)-2 M/c Inspector (Rib, Coller & Cuff) Inspector (GSM Cutting) Inspector (Sub Contact) Inspector (Hold & Reject) Remarks Company Profile. Quality Assurance Department Chaity Composite Ltd. Md. Mizanur Rahman KB Trad, JNC (GPQ) Jr Inspector Follow up Next & RED (GPQ) Sr. Executive(Shade) Style Tex & Red Label Sr Inspector Jr. Inspector-3 Data Entry Asst Executive Sample Executive (Knitting) Sr Executive-1 Managing Director AGM H&M (GPQ) Sample Asst Manager (others) Lidl & LPP (GPQ) Grey Fabrics Inspection Hema, Fordart Sr. Executive-1 Director Sr. Executive Position Manager/Asst. Manager Sr Inspector (Stenter-5)-10 Sr Inspector (Compact-3)-14 Inspector (table Check)-5 Sr Inspector (Document) Muck up & Data Entry Sr. Inspector(Sub-Contract) Excutive/Incharge-1 Supervisor-2 Inspector-28, M/c-7 Sr Inspector Jr Inspector Follow up Asst Executive Executive (Sample) Inspector (Machine)-5 Inspector (Rib Collar & Cuff)-6 Inspector (Hold & Reject)-2 Delivery & Handover-2 Jr. Inspector ERP-2 Sr Inspector (Sample) Sr Inspector (Data Entry) Inspector (GSM Cutting)-5 Sr Inspector (Follow up) Shift In-charge-2 Supervisor(Floor)-2 Supervisor(Shade)-2 Sr. Inspector (Shade)-2 Asst Manager
  • 9. 8 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 8 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Job Responsibility: Md Mizanur Rahman- AGM (Fabrics Finishing & Quality) 1. Planning & Monitoring of Production Target. 2. Ensure that the Quality Standard is being met by Forecasting & reviewing the result. 3. Develop Discipline, by implementing the Rules &Regulation in Department. 4. Ensure acceptable Quality level (AQL) in textile manner. 5. Ensure delivery with minimize the problem. 6. Give a continuous guidance to the Executive, along with others for target fabric specification. 7. Supervision constantly to Grey & Final QC. 8. Give the full support the Research & Development Department. 9. Make a continuous study of work improvement & give report to the higher authority. 10. Response & act in the customer complain & query. 11. Ensure that all safety followed by the team. 12. Continuously study the Cost saving of the Department. 13. Enthusiastic to wastage utilization. 14. Optimize Manpower Utilization. 15. Worker Turnover & Absenteeism control as per Plan. 16. Skill Development in the Floor. 17. Ensure that all Lab test Report (Physical) are recorded. 18. Follow the concept of Top Management. 19. Regularly held a meeting to all people once in a week/ Time to time. 20. Co-ordination with all departments all quality parameter inform time to time all department. 21. Check the hold fabric & give decision quickly.
  • 10. 9 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 9 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Manager/Asst Manager (QAD) Job Responsibility: 1. Planning & Monitoring of Delivery Target. 2. All Buyer fabrics inspection Without H&M 3. Fulfill the buyer wise quality requirement 4. Ensure the delivery target with Quality 5. Hold Fabric Take decision immediately 6. Inline fabrics ensure the Quality Requirement 7. Ensure the 4 point system reporting 8. Grey fabric inspection & give decision 9. Ensure the good house keeping 10. Manpower utilize 11.Recruited Senior Executive (GPQ- H&M) Mainly H&M GPQ Responsible 1. All sample check 2. Hold (H&M) Fabric inspection & Take decision immediately 3. FTD Approval & Ensure Product Match with FTD 4. Audit Related all points need to be check & Confirm available as Buyer Requirement 5. Ensure the testing requirement 6. Yarn test & Uster Report 7. Support to PP Sample 8. FTD Approval 9. Resource & Development 10. On time delivery with Quality 11.Keep record Sample inspection & Yarn test 12. Ensure the quality Standard which is delivered
  • 11. 10 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 10 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Senior Executive (Shade) Job Responsibility: 1. Confirm the Shade as buyer concept 2. Approval taken from Buyer 3. Within short time shade confirm & Feedback to production 4. All Lab dip take from Lab Then Confirm with Related Merchandiser 5. Shade not ok keep record 6. Keep all approval Swatch 7. Ensure the PP/Counter Sample available in the Quality Md. Shafiqul Islam- Sr. Executive (Floor Inspection)- Job Responsibility: 1. Fulfill the delivery target with quality 2. Requirement wise delivery width, GSM shrinkage, Spirality & All Accessories (Rib, Collar & Cuff, Back neck tap) 3. Check process loss 4. All testing confirm then delivered 5. Return for reprocess Dyeing & Finish, Keep Record & Update after Reprocess 6. Keep Record Shrinkage & Actual GSM, Width, Process Loss in Delivery Sheet 7. Ensure the good house keeping
  • 12. 11 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 11 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Shift In-charge Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure delivery targets per quality standard 2. Ensure process loss batch wise as per requirement 3. Ensure Body & Accessories Match then delivery 4. Utilization manpower 5. Reduce Wastage 6. Handle the Shift 7. Within short time give any kind of decision 8. Ensure which is in the floor should be identification 9. Keep clean the floor 10.Take over & handover the Shift 11.Ensure Inspection report is the record which is the delivery fabrics 12.Within 3 days single process & 5 days double process maximum time. 13.Any reprocess ensure within the day. Stenter Machine online Inspector: Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure as per requirement which is in the batch card 2. Ensure hand feel, width, GSM, Hairiness, Naps, Thick & Thin, Hole, Patta, Uneven 3. Shade ensure from light box by Shade QC & within the five rolls & if needed adjust from finishing by padder pressure, Temperature, Softener add or reduce. 4. Running shade confirm from Inspection table, there also within the five rolls. 5. Shade, GSM cut in near of joint 6. Fabrics give to lab for test purpose, one meter near of joint as like garan. 7. Don’t cut ERP sticker 8. Quality information must be writ down in the Batch card 9. Ensure Accessories (Rib, Collar cuff) available with batch
  • 13. 12 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 12 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Compactor Machine Quality inspector Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure as per requirement which is in the batch card 2. Ensure Shade & Quality from online information 3. Ensure Width & GSM 1 inch & -5% 4. Four point system 5. Every Rolls GSM & Shade cut near of joint as like Garan 6. Roll weight 10-25 KG 7. Roll length minimum 10 meter 8. Fabrics send to lab for test purpose, one meter 9. Ensure Roll number which is mansion in the batch card 10.Ensure Accessories (Rib, Collar cuff) available with batch 11.Ensure every roll available ERP sticker Inspector (GSM board & recorded) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure GSM which is Requirement 2. Ensure roll quantity 3. Roll shade Continuity from Light box 4. Make it group Shade & GSM loss or High 5. Record in the Loge book 6. Make Chain f GSM board Inspector (Accessories Rib & Collar cuff) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure Shade, body with Rib or Accessories 2. Every roll Shade ensure 3. Keep record width body & rib 4. In Every roll writ down batch number 5. After stenter ensure Body with accessories Shade 6. Attach color fabrics in the poly bag 7. Before delivery body with accessories (Rib & Collar cuff) taken approved from responsible person 8. Ensure Accessories % which is requirement
  • 14. 13 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 13 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Inspector (Table) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure Running Shade 2. Width & GSM variation check 3. Uneven, Hairiness, Thick & Thin check 4. Hand feel & Heather looks check Inspector (Collar cuff) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure shade with body 2. After stenter ensure Match 3. Ensure measurement 4. Check if available tipping collar & cuff, quality & Color bleeding 5. Count pieces, Quality Okay or reject 6. Keep record Attach body & collar cuff 7. Taken approval from responsible person Senior Inspector (Shade) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure Approved shade available in the Quality department (Lab dip, Counter/ PP Sample) 2. Ensure Match with Approved shade & Next batch to Batch 3. Should be known, customer quality requirement 4. Shade confirm within 5 rolls online stenter & Compactor process 5. If needed Adjusting shade online must be within 5 rolls 6. Make card & taken approval from responsible customer 7. Keep record okay or not okay 8. Shade matching ensure from related merchandiser 9. After compact or process roll to roll shade ensure, if different make it group A&B shade.
  • 15. 14 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 14 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Head of GPQ (Buyer wise) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure Approval PP/Counter & Booking sheet 2. Make shade card for taken approval from related buyer QC or Merchandiser 3. Ensure inspection report as 4 point system 4. Rib (accessories) & body match & taken approval 5. All time touch with related merchandiser 6. Any issue check cutting & garments line 7. Keep record batch to batch delivery with process loss 8. Any partial shade/ GSM & Width, taken reprocess from dyeing or finishing 9. Approval shade handover to dyeing for match 10. Quality Swatch handover to related department 11. Ensure sample as per standard ERP (Fabrics Handover) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure quality Report 2. Fabrics weight & process loss 3. Rib & body match swatch 4. Inspection report 5. Rib (Accessories) % which is required 6. Collar cuff pieces which is required 7. Entry ERP & if any issue keep record in comment box 8. Any partial keep record 9. Delivery Handover - Shade card - Rib/ Collar & body attach - Packing list - Inspection report - GSM boar
  • 16. 15 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 15 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Garan (GPQ) Job Responsibility: 1. Booking list 2. Approval shade 3. Keep quality swatch 4. Ensure shade check by in lab light box with LED 940 light 5. Yarn is carded & 20/1 for 180 GSM 6. Ensure quality in stenter online - Softness not slippery - Not hush - Not Heathery looks - Thick & thin - Deed cotton - Hairiness 7. In compactor ensure 4 point system (24 points acceptable) - 4 point with garan format & in soft copy also - Count in meter - Weight in LBS - Deed cotton 1 point - Naps 1 point - Fabrics sticker in garan format - Every point must be mansion by arrow sticker 8. Ensure Roll weight 20 – 50 LBS 9. Within roll one joint allow with 4 point penalty point & minimum 10 meter 10.Width Cuttable (Edge to edge 2 inch plus) 11.Shade card as per garan requirement - Every card print Batch no, Batch weight - Every color 6 card Body & 6 Card Rib - Every card also Printed fabrics sticker 12.Each color match with GLD (Garan Lab dip) 13.Test result sheet & Make it Excel sheet also 14.Packing list & Soft copy also 15.For inspection offer should be below available - Inspection reports
  • 17. 16 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 16 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd - Test report hard copy & Soft copy - Packing List Hard copy & Soft copy - Which rolls selected that’s roll should be available in the quality area - Available manpower on the place - One roll three place width check, GSM & Shade check 16.Fabrics inspection offer by mail - Selected roll take from full qty 5/6 rolls - Roll weight - Inspection 2 person & weight 1 person report 1 person, GSM cut, GSM & shade continuity 1 person, total 5 person need for inspection with Garan QC 17.If not match Chaity QC & Garan QC roll will be rejected 18.Without arrow sticker found any fault that roll will be rejected 19.10% inspection if rejected, full quantity will be inspected. 20.In garan don’t have any commercial decision 21.More or less than 5% GSM fabrics will be rejected.
  • 18. 17 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 17 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Shift Supervisor Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure which is inspection that’s as per quality standard 2. Roll loss control 3. Ensure Body & Accessories Match within the body process 4. Within short time taken any kind of decision from Shift in charge 5. Ensure which is in the floor should be identification 6. Keep clean the floor 7. Take over & handover the Shift 8. Ensure Inspection report is the record which is the delivery fabrics 9. Within 3 days single process & 5 days double process maximum time. 10.Any reprocess ensure within the day. Sample Responsible Job Responsibility: 1. Booking sheet 2. Customer swatch 3. Follow Batch card Information 4. Ensure as per customer standard 5. All time touch with related merchandiser 6. Fabrics inspection as per 4 point system 7. Ensure 100% quality standard 8. GSM 100% as per requirement 9. Hand feel & Hairiness, Thick & Thin, Deed cotton 10.Keep record Okay or Rejected Data Entry Operators- Job Responsibility: 1. Make Reports- inspection, Compact, Hand folding, Inspection M/c 2. Handover Record 3. Reprocess (Dyeing & Finishing) 4. Return to Dyeing & Finishing 5. Order Summary 6. Reject Department Wise 7. Update Manpower List 8. Month wise Manpower Left & Recruit List
  • 19. 18 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 18 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Sr. Executive (H&M GPQ) Job Responsibility: 1. Ensure Audit Related Keep all documents 2. Uster Yarn Report 3. Yarn test Report 4. MR Ensure the Fulfil Buyer Requirement 5. Order Sheet 6. Shade Continuity Card 7. GSM Record 8. Inspection Report 9. Fabrics delivered with test & Necessary documents 10.Handle the H&M Buyer GPQ-H&M (Sample) Job Responsibility: 1. All H&M Sample 2. Yarn test 3. Uster Report 4. FTD approval Ensure 5. Keep record Sample inspection & Yarn test 6. Keep File (Knitting, Dyeing & Finishing)
  • 20. 19 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 19 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Definition of 4 Point: ‡Kvb wbw`©ó †d«we· Gi ΃wU ¸‡jv †K Bw‡Z cwigvc K‡i Pvi wU av‡c wef³ K‡i †kÖbx‡Z iæcvšÍi Kiv †K eySvq | Procedure of Four Point System: 1. Fabric inspection is usually done on fabric inspection machineries. 2. These machineries are designed so that rolls of fabric can be mounted behind the inspection table under adequate light and re-rolled as they leave the table. 3. Inspection machineries are either power driver or the inspector pulls the fabric over the inspection table. 4. The defects are located, marked and recorded on an inspection form. 5. Some machinery is equipped to measure the length of each roll of fabric (meter/yard). Fabric defects point values based on the following: Defects and Penalty points Defect Length Points Sticker Color Less then3” 1 White 3”-6” 2 Green 6”-9” 3 Yellow Over 9” 4 Red Hole Points Sticker Color Less or equal to 2.5cm/1” 2 Green Larger than 2.5cm/1” 4 Red
  • 21. 20 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 20 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Calculations and Result: Total defect points per 100 yard square are calculated. If fabric rolls contains less than 40 points per 100 yard square are considered “first” quality and as an Acceptance criteria. If fabric rolls containing more than 40 points per 100 yards square are considered “second”. Example: A fabric roll 130 yard long and 45 inch wide contains the following defects: - 6 defects up to 3 inch- ................................... 6 X 1 = 6 points 5 defects over 3 inch but less 6 inch- ............. 5 X 2 = 10 points 2 defects over 6 inch but less 9 inch- ..............3 X 2 = 6 points 1 defects over 9 inch- .................................... 1 X 4 = 4 points 1 hole over 1 inch dimensions- ....................... 1 X 4 = 4 points ……………………………………………………………………………………… Total defect points................................................= 30 points Therefore, Points per 100 yard square = Total points scored in roll X 36 inch ……………………………………………………………… X 100 Fabric width/inches X Total length yard inspected 30 X 36 = ……………………… X 100 130 X 45 = 18.4 (Defect points per 100 yard square.) So, the roll is accepted. Allowable Maximum Points 1. 2. 3. 4. Accepted Average & Maximum: Fabrics Type Avg/yards Max/yards Avg/Meter Max/Meter Single Jersey 15 20 17 22 Double Jersey 18 24 20 26 Interlock 22 28 24 31
  • 22. 21 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 21 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd 4 – Point Grading System. 1. Band line – 4 points 2. Oil spots : i) Up to 5 mm diameter = 1 point ii) Up to 10 mm diameter = 2 points iii) More than 10 mm diameter = 4 points 3. Slubs i) Up to 10 mm. = 2 points ii) Longer than 10 mm = 4 points 4. Embedded Fly = 1 point 5. The maximum penalty points for any running yds (36" fabric width) must not be more than 4 points. 6. All holes regardless the size = 4 pts. (There must be two or more yarn broken at the same place to be considered as a hole) 7. Yarn Contamination according to the size. (Up to 0.50" = 1 point ; Over 0.50" = 2 pts) 8. Neps = 1 point or according to the discussion with QC manager. 9. Crease mark (Fabric with dark crease will be rejected; light crease may be considered based on the discussion with QC manager) 10. Unlevelness (Fabric with major unlevel in dyeing or finishing chemical will be reprocessed. Minor unlevel in dyeing or finishing chemical may be considered based on the discussion with QC manager) 11. Needle Line (Fabric with major needle line will be rejected. But fabric with less visible needle line may be considered based on the discussion with QC manager) 12. Dead Cotton & Hairiness (Fabric with major dead cotton & hairiness will be reprocessed. But fabric with minor dead cotton & hairiness may be considered based on the discussion with QC manager) 13. Patches (Patches will be reprocessed))
  • 23. 22 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 22 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd 4 – Point Grading System. 14. Barre Mark (Barre mark will be rejected) 15. Crumple Mark (Crumple mark will be reprocessed)) 16. Water drops : i) Up to 5 mm diameter = 1 point ii) Up to 10 mm diameter = 2 points iii) More than 10 mm diameter. = 4 points 17. Dye resist : i) Up to 5 mm diameter = 1 point ii) Up to 10 mm diameter = 2 points iii) More than 10 mm diameter = 4 points 18. Dye stain : i) Up to 5 mm diameter = 1 point ii) Up to 10 mm diameter = 2 points iii) More than 10 mm diameter =4 points 19. Dirty mark : i) Up to 5 mm diameter = 1 point ii) Up to 10 mm diameter = 2 points iii) More than 10 mm diameter =4 points Note: A‡bK c‡q›U Av‡Q ‡dvi c‡q›U G Av‡m bv, ivwbs †mW, †nqvwi †bm, wRGmGg Kg ‡ewk, Wvqv Kg †ewk, †nÛ wdj, Ggb welq kyay Kg †ewk cÖKvk Kiv n‡q _v‡K| wmwbqi †Kvb Awdmvi wm×všÍ w`‡q _v‡Kb| GK wgUv‡ii g‡a¨ ïay GK evi c‡q›U KvD›U Kiv n‡q _v‡K, †hgb GK wgUvi Kvc‡oi g‡a¨ 2/3 wQ`ª _vK‡j ïay †dvi c‡q›U wn‡m‡e Mb¨ Kiv n‡e| cÖwZwU †ivj †K j¤^v Ges cÖ¯’ wn‡m‡e ¯‹¨vqvi wn‡m‡e c‡q›U KvD›U Kiv n‡q _v‡K|
  • 24. 23 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 23 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Procedure of Delivery (sop) 1. Without Test Result Please don’t Delivery Any Quantity of Fabrics. 2. Without Rib/Single Jersey/ Back neck tap, not delivery. 3. Any Measurable part, Like Collar & Cuff, Stripe Yarn dyed Fabrics should be check as buyer requirement. 4. Inline Fabrics All test should be check & Shrinkage CHECK from 3-4 rolls & Ensure Acceptable tolerance, 5. Width ± 1”, More than need to Approval from Related Person. Also infirm to cutting department. 6. Before Delivery must be Re-check by Shift In-charge, Width, GSM, Shrinkage delivery report with Batch information. 7. 1st Batch Shade check & crosses check for confirmation. 8. All Approved shade must be keeping before dyeing from related Merchandiser 9. All shade check two person avoid the wrong decision. (Keep sign) 10.1st Batch check with Booking All information, like width, GSM, Accessories & Shade Reference. 11.Every day at 1st All delivered batches should be showing to Responsible person & take Sign 12.Unacceptable Issue not delivery. We have committed good quality fabrics delivery which is customer Requirement
  • 25. 24 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 24 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Fabrics Delivery Approval Authority: 1. Check Buyer Requirement, Width, GSM, Shade match, Shrinkage, Accessories ( Rib, Collar & Cuff, Piping, Back neck tap with Measurement)- Confirm from Online In-charge & Executive (Shade) 2. Test Result (Shrinkage, Twist, Rubbing, Pilling & Wash Fastness)- confirm from Physical Lab Manager 3. Fulfil the Buyer Requirement then possible to Delivered i. GSM- 5-7% Low from Required, plus side max 2% average below from requirement ii. Shrinkage L-4% W-7% Spirality 5% iii. Width ±1 inch iv. Test as Buyer Required v. Angle 5% from width wise vi. Bowing 5% from width wise 4. Approved by any problems fabrics– i. GSM, Width & Shrinkage (Cotton) - Knitting GM & Manager, Finishing AGM & Manager with Sign. ii. GSM, Width & Shrinkage (Lycra)- Finishing AGM & Manager with Sign iii. Shade, Uneven, Hairiness- AGM(Dyeing) with sign iv. Test (Color Fastness, Pilling, Rubbing)- AGM(Dyeing), also Physical Lab Manager with sign 5. Over all if take Responsibility Related Merchandiser then we can delivered any kind of problems fabrics but need to take sign. 6. Any person given the approval then we send mail to related person in the department 7. Without proper inspection not a single kg fabrics delivered
  • 26. 25 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 25 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Quality Policy (¸bMZ gvb bxwZ) Vision: - To Achieve Continues improvement in garments product quality fabrics & attain sustainability through united effort. jÿ¨: HK¨e× cª‡Póvi gva¨‡g ‡cvkv‡Ki ¸bMZ gvb µgvMZ Dbœqb I `xN© ¯’vqxZ ¡ AR©b Kiv| Mission: - To understand the buyers demand & Fulfil their requirement by producing better quality Fabrics. D‡Ïk¨: †µZvi Pvwn`v eySv Ges DbœZ gv‡bi †cvkvK ˆZixi gva¨‡g Zvnv‡`i Pvwn`v c~iY Kiv| Policy:- 1. To build up a long lasting better Relationship with buyer by fulfilling the their demands ‡µZvi Pvwn`v c~i‡Yi gva¨‡g `xN©¯’vqx m~m¤úK© ˆZix Kiv 2. To improve employees skills through training & Evaluate/ Appreciate their work cÖwkÿ‡Yi gva¨‡g Kgx©‡`i `ÿZv e„w× Kiv Ges Kv‡Ri g~j¨vqb Kiv| 3. To maintain a Cleaner workstations & to build up self-Motivated & Responsible work force. Kg©¯’‡ji cwi‡ek cwi”Qbœ ivLv I m¦cÖ‡Yvw`Z `vwqZ¡kxj Rbkw³ ˆZix Kiv|
  • 27. 26 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 26 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd OK OK Non Conformed Process Flow Chart of Fabric Quality Re-process Dyeing Stenter M/c Shade uneven Not OK Spot, Hairiness, Hand feel Lab Test Shrinkage, Fastness & Others Compacting Dia & GSM Not OK Check Fabrics Inspection 4 point System Shade Continuity Finish Fabric Store
  • 28. 27 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 27 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Impact of Higher Quality Control Less Wastage Less Re work Few Reject Lower Cost Less Backlog High Productivity Few Complaints Few Returns Quality Inspection Remove of Fault Indicate of Fault Inform must be concern person Cause Indicate of Fault Inspection
  • 29. 28 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 28 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Standard Operation Procedure Inspection Area- 1. Yarn Inspection 2. Grey Fabrics Inspection 3. Dyed Yarn Inspection 4. Printed Fabrics Inspection 5. After Dyeing Fabrics Inspection Online Inspection Point a) Shade Give to Light Box for Approved b) Within 3 rolls must be confirm Shade & Quality. c) Hand feel & Hairiness Check with FTD/ Standard d) 10% Rolls checked in table, (Running Shade/Uneven) e) Naps, Hole, Patta Check, Line/Sinker Mark f) Width & GSM confirm as per Requirement g) Within ½ inch pin in Selvedge more than inform to Finishing h) Give to one meter fabrics Laboratory for Test, (Shrinkage/Fastness) i) Accessories available or not which is mention in the batch card (Rib, Collar & Cuff) j) Check Measurement if Required Like Stripe Fabrics k) Information should be write down in the Batch Card Clearly & Online inspection Loge book l) If any unacceptable must be inform to Shift In-charge
  • 30. 29 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 29 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Yarn Dyed Inspection:- 1. Color Bleeding 2. Measurement on Stripe 3. Any flying contaminations 4. Yarn Contaminations 5. Bowing 6. Angle/ Slanted 7. Twisted/ Spirality 8. Shrinkage Fabrics Inspection- 1. Shade Check 2. Hairiness 3. Naps 4. Bowing/Slanted 5. Shrinkage 6. Twist/Spirality 7. Sinker/ Line Mark 8. Uneven Shade 9. Running Shade 10. GSM/ Width Print Fabrics Inspection: 1. Check with Standard Swatch 2. Print Durability 3. Color Bleeding 4. Over leaping 5. Miss print 6. Before & After Check any Change 7. After Finishing print any Change 8. Shrinkage
  • 31. 30 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 30 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Fleece Fabric Inspection 1. Shade Check 2. Before & After Shade Check what about Change 3. Chemical Test 4. Hairiness 5. Re-tension / Stitch Recovery 6. Brush Fiber Migrations 7. Naps 8. Sinker/ Line Mark 9. GSM/ Width Sueded Fabrics Inspection: 1. Shade Check 2. Before & After Shade Check what about Change 3. Line/ Sinker Mark 4. Naps 5. Hairiness 6. Hole before or After (Pin/ Sueded) Inspection Machine Point 1. First Check online information 2. Two person Maximum can be two hours continue inspection 3. Note in Register loge book which person inspected with sign 4. 4 point system follows 5. Machine Speed Light Color 16/18 & dark Color 18/20 RPM 6. Lux value 1000+ & Light Expired time one year or 1300 hours which is 1st valid 7. Keep record in the loge book
  • 32. 31 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 31 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Table Inspection Point 1. Two person together Inspection 2. Two person Maximum can be two hours continue inspection 3. Running Shade/ Uneven/ Hairiness 4. Hold Fabrics & Taken Quick decision 5. Follow 4 point System 6. Result OK/ Reject 7. Lux value 1000+ & Light Expired time one year or 1300 hours which is 1st valid 8. Write down in the loge book. Compactor M/c Inspection Point 1. Two person together Inspection 2. Two person Maximum two hours continue inspection 3. Machine Speed 16/18 RPM 4. Width & GSM check 5. Hole, Naps, Hairiness, Crease Mark, Compaction Mark, Any spot, Patta, Lycra Missing/Out, Yarn/Fly Contra, Width Variation, Pin out, Jumping, Recovery, Slanted, Bowing, 6. If any measurement like Stripe 7. Within ½ inch pin in Selvage more than infirm to Finishing 8. Roll to Roll Shade & GSM cut 9. Inspection as 4 point System 10. Maintain Register Loge book
  • 33. 32 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 32 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Compact & Inspection M/c before starting Ensure the below issue- 1. Shade Approval 2. Running shade 3. Dia ± 4. GSM ± 5. Enzyme Dust 6. Hairiness 7. Shrinkage 8. Spirality 9. Bowing 10. Angle 11.Any Measurable issue, Stripe & print 12. Accessories available with match (Rib, Collar & Cuff) Any problem first take decision then started m/c otherwise hold Out of 4 point System 1. Running Shade 2. Patta, Line Mark 3. Lycra Missing 4. Hairiness 5. Naps 6. Uneven 7. GSM issue 8. Width short/ Long 9. Brush Problem Only need taken decision Major or minor
  • 34. 33 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 33 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Hand folding (After Stenter packet)- Confirming Quality Standard then can Folding- a) Shade Confirm b) Running Shade c) Dia Confirm ±1 inch d) GSM Check ±5% e) Enzyme Dust f) Hairiness g) Joint to Joint Roll h) Shrinkage Confirm i) Spirality Confirm j) Bowing Check k) Angle / Slanted l) Measurable point like Yarn dyed Stripe Check m)Rib & Body Match n) Accessories available with Match or not Any unaccepted problems first take decision then packet or Compact otherwise hold.
  • 35. 34 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 34 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Knitting Online QC 1. Batch Card Check & Ensure a) Yarn lot b) Yarn Count c) Buyer Name d) Stitch Length Check e) GSM Check f) Yarn Brand Check- Combed/Carded 2. Fabric Quality a) Loop b) Needle Brocken/ Mark c) Sinker Mark d) Count/Lot Mix e) Oil Sport/ Mark f) Set off g) Contra- Fly/Yarn h) Lycra Out
  • 36. 35 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 35 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Bowing/Skewing: Bowing is the measurement of the bowing arc at the highest point of a line at right angles Between the two selvages. A Bow depth Fabric width Skewing/Twisting: Skewing/Twisting is the measurement of the highest point between a weft thread/row and a line at right angles between the two selvages/folds. Skew depth -A Fabric width Tolerance Calculation ____________ x 100 = Cuttable width A Max % Solid colours/Prints Stripes/Checks Exception: Skewing are characteristics for woven twill/satin constructions and for single jersey. The skewing tolerance must therefore be agreed on each order separately, and stated on the “Fabric Technical Data”. The H&M garment supplier must first check twisting and eventual Distortion on garment after: •Eventual garment treatment. •Washing according to care instruction. In case of Inconsistent skewing/twisting in-between inspected rolls the inspection has failed. Rolls exceeding these tolerances have failed. Fabric Types Max % of fabric width Woven Jersey 3% 5% 2% 4%
  • 37. 36 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 36 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Shade Check in Light Box 1. Two person shade Check together Avoid the Wrong Decision. Because Two Person not Same Measurable Power, So combined take decision. 2. Within 3 rolls must be given shade decision 3. With Three Light Shade Check (D65, TL 83, A-10) 4. Make Family Shade A&B 5. Light D65, TL 83, A-10 (D=daylight, TL=Tube Light, A= tungsten Filament, F= Florescent) 6. 1 st Batch Shade check with Woven Standard & Counter/PP Sample 7. Next Batch Check Batch to Batch with Counter/PP 8. White & Grey Mélange Must be Check with UV Light 9. Metameric Check in A-10 Home Light 10. Shade Check in 45 degree Angle & in dark room. Light Sourcing (Knit) 1. Shop Light (Primary ) -TL83 Lax Value 1000 to more 2. Day Light (Secondary)- D65 Lax Value 1000 to More 3. Home Light - A-10 Lax Value 800 to More 4. Morning Sun Light – Ultra Violet (UV) Light Sourcing (Under Wear) 1. Shop Light (Primary ) - TL83 Lax Value 1000 to more/18w 2. Home Light (Secondary) -A-10 Lax Value 800 to More/18w 3. Day Light - D65 Lax Value 1000 to More/40w 4. Morning Sun Light – Ultra Violet (UV)/18w
  • 38. 37 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 37 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd 0.7-1.0 Yellow Blue Worm Green Red 0-0.69 DE˂ 1.0 Blue Red Blue Green Yellow Green Yellow Red Additive color mixing Subtractive color mixing
  • 39. 38 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 38 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Munsell Test: (‡Pvu‡Li Kvjvi †Uvb cix¶v) wb‡qvg: 1. ‡gvU 80 wU evUb 04 wU av‡c m¤ú~b© Ki‡Z n‡e 2. cÖwZwU av‡ci mgq _vK‡e 02 wgwbU 3. cÖwZwU evUb fz‡ji R‡b¨ 04 bv¤^vi KvUv hv‡e 4. me©”Q 04 wU fyj Kvwi †Kvb †m‡Wi GKK wm×všÍ wb‡Z cvi‡e bv, `yRb wg‡j wm×všÍ wb‡Z n‡e| 5. cÖ‡Z¨K e¨w³ 6gvm ci ci AvB †Uó Ki‡Z n‡e| 6. †Kvqv‡jwU‡Z Kg©iZ cÖ‡Z¨K e¨w³i AvB †Uó eva¨Zv g~jK Ges mvwU©wd‡KU wb‡Z n‡e|
  • 40. 39 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 39 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Running Shade Checking- 1. In Inspection table Set one roll fold Meter to meter & If every Fold not same Shade 2. Same Roll Cut the Difference place & Joint by Sewing Machine & Check if difference Shade 3. First Middle & Last Not Same Shade in one roll 4. Side to side & Middle if difference Shade Utilize in Cutting- a) Block / Group Cutting that means Back Font & Sleeve with Piping same place b) Take Leveling wash from dyeing Running Shade
  • 41. 40 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 40 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd GSM Checking Procedure- 1. Near of Sewing in the roll avoid the Rejection 2. Every Batch one/two rolls Three Stage Check First Middle & Last Avoid the Variation Mainly Lycra fabrics 3. Allowed ±5% but Lycra 7% Minuses & 2% Plus, Avoid the Consumption Fail 4. Cotton ±5% Allowed but Mainly 5% Minuses, Plus side not allowed for Consumption issue 5. If you got 7% minuses then check Shrinkage & with iron otherwise not consider 7% minuses side 6. Full Batch Check Average GSM, if Within tolerance, then possible to Delivered 7. If Lycra fabrics every batch minimum 2/3 rolls check 3 gsm Cutting Right Middle Left then compare, if move difference then must correction by Heat Set. Width Checking Procedure- 1. From Required ±1 inch/ 2CM Consider, 2. Width Check Selves to Selves not Pin to Pin 3. Stenter/ Compact Pin must within ½ Inch/ 1.5 cm more then not allowed 4. If you got out of tolerance then check Shrinkage 5. GSM & Shrinkage Ok but Width Short/Long then must be inform to Related department Finishing & Knitting 6. Width Short/ Long must be take decision from Responsible person Also send mail for documentation 7. If Lycra must be three time check every rolls width First Middle & Last. If got any difference then must be correction by heat set
  • 42. 41 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 41 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Shrinkage Issue- 1. Standard Acceptable level 5% Minuses & 2% Plus But Customer wise Separate Requirement So should be follow Customer Quality Standard 2. Mainly Length 3-4 % Minuses, Width 6-7 % Allowed total 10% Minuses 3. If not possible to Shrinkage Control within tolerance then infirm to Related Department 4. If any Batch Delivered without tolerance must be inform to Cutting department for Pattern Adjustment Shrinkage Correction- 1. Out of Tolerance Need Re-stenter Or Compactor 2. After Compact if we got Shrinkage Fail Need Re-compaction or Last Process Tumble Dryer 3. If length More Like this problem must re-stenter 4. If Width More like this problem Tumble Dryer we can solve GSM Correction- 1. Out of Tolerance must be correction 2. If more than 5% less, need re-compact 3. More than 10% Less need tumble dryer with Steam 4. Re-stenter also we get good result but need Experience Stenter Operator
  • 43. 42 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 42 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Fabrics Technical Data (FTD) 1. The Agreement between H&M, Material Supplier & Garment Market to set standard for fabric quality & performance. 2. Ensures all the risks related to the quality performance of the fabrics is detected, discussed & solved before placing any order 3. The commitment from material suppliers to ensure that the bulk parameters declared in the FTD 4. The standard against which H&M, garment market will verify whether he” got what he paid for Accountability of sample Responsible 1. Rick assessment in development stage- aesthetics, technical & test performance 2. Prepare FTD & coordinate, care instruction & fabric hanger 3. All process data/ Record keeping at least 6 month 4. Circulate the sample fabric information (SOP) to all respective departments after order confirmation 5. Check the first bulk fabric against the approved sample fabric accompanied with GPQ to ensure the quality 6. Maintain a database for the FTD & sample status Activities of Sample Responsible 1. Receive initial request from Merchandiser 2. Analyze technical & quality aspect collaborating with production units. Do fabric risk assessment 3. Record all the processing data as an SOP such as below a. USTER Report of the sample, to verify the bulk yarn performance b. Knitting parameter- M/c Dia, Gauge, Stitch length, Yarn count, Grey GSM, Grey Dia, Greige Swatch of the sample fabric c. Dyeing parameters & recipe d. Finish parameter Like Temperature, Speed, Overfeed, Pin Set up & Type of Softener also used Percentage, Finish fabrics swatch of the sample e. Prepare, communicate & get approval of FTD, Specification, care instruction & fabrics hanger
  • 44. 43 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 43 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd f. Maintain a database for the FTD status with ref no g. Confirm fabric inspection in 4 point system before delivery to garment h. Ensure that the sample is in correct quality & color before delivery to garment i. Delivery validated inspection & test report to garment j. After sample approval, share all data processing data approved standard with production so that the same can be maintained throughout bulk production k. Monthly share the sample production follow up report to H&M material Specialist FTD (Fabrics Technical Data)- A. Shade not Necessary B. Fabrics Quality C. Hairiness D. Naps E. Contamination Fiber/Fly F. Hand feel G. Strength Recovery H. Chemical Test I. GSM J. Shrinkage K. Appearances L. Pilling Acceptable Ranges (CVC/ PC- 14400 Round Range-3) M. pH (4-7.5) N. Brush Fabrics a. Fluffiness b. Fiber Migration not allowed c. Stretch Recovery Good FTD versus Bulk Production- 1. Knitting & Finishing Must be keep & follow production like FTD 2. Knitting & Finishing Follow FTD Standard 3. Without FTD Approval don’t start Bulk production 4. Stenter Finish time must be follow FTD Standard 5. Before delivery Must be cross check with FTD
  • 45. 44 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 44 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd GPQ (Guideline for Production & Quality) GPQ is a team, who are liable to secure the material quality in fabric department 1. Secure bulk yarn, fabric & elastic 2. Secure material quality in team of H&M expectation/ Requirement 3. Ensure right routines/ methods & standard practices in production. 4. Be an eye of H&M (act as a buyer in front in front of factory production personnel) Accountability of GPQ Responsible 1. Secure bulk yarn, fabric & elastic 2. Implementation of H&M GPQ guideline & increase awareness in factory 3. Record keeping & communication with H&M 4. Sample to bulk combination 5. Internal training & audit in SOP, routine & method Responsibility of GPQ A. Sample Stage 1. Risk assessment with QA, Sample & chemical responsible 2. Coordinate to ensure feasible bulk production 3. Take FTD & required specification hand over from sample responsible 4. Match Counter Sample (c/s) with approved FTD Hanger 5. Coordinate of lab dip approval 6. Collect sample processing data from sample responsible 7. Check sample fabric color/shade required quality & physical (test) performance B. Bulk Stage- 1. In pre-production (PP) meeting share sample SOP with all production concerns 2. Secure raw materials (Yarn, Fabrics, elastic) meet required quality before bulk 3. Ensure FTD vs Bulk, sample vs bulk 4. Maintain proper documentations of all production & quality data, Hardcopy & computer data basis 5. Check 1st to last dye lot with color standard, approval LD, C/S FTD hanger & ensure consistency
  • 46. 45 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 45 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd 6. Validate test reports, inspection reports, GSM continuity & color continuity & all quality parameter “roll to roll” & “Batch to Batch” prior delivery to cutting 7. Provide a validation certificate based on quality check list prior delivery 8. Coordinate with RQS team for any major issue 9. Ensure the finished fabrics that don’t meet H&M requirements & standards will not be delivered to cutting by anyway. Fabrics Delivery procedure to Garments by GPQ- 1. We received lab test report, inspection report & weight sheet from fabric inspection section & cross check all the reports 2. If all reports are ok & in the meantime fabric quality is ok then we prepare a check list 3. We deliver this check list with weight sheet 4. There are two pages in check list, one page will be preserved in cutting section & other page will be return back in GPQ section with delivery weight & Signature 5. GPQ section preserves the lab test report, inspection report
  • 47. 46 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 46 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Buyer wise Testing Requirement- Date:11-09-2017 Name of Test H& M Lidl (HK& B.C) Hema Sears GP USPoloTAKKOTEIJEN Dimentional Stability towash (Shrinkage) KnitGeneral ±5%, Rib+waffle+interloc k L-5% &w +5%/-7% 2% to-5% ±6% S/J L/w -6%, Terry L-8%/w- 8%, Rib L-6%/w- ±5% L-5%, w -5% ±5% T/D -5%, L/D -5%/+2% Twisting(Spirality) 5%(Trouser8% & LongSleeve 1cm 5% 5% 5% 3% 5% 5% 5% GSM ±5% ±5% ±5% ±5% ±5% ±5% ±5% ±5% C/F toRubbing--Dry 3to4 4 4 4 4 3 to 4 4 3 to 4 C/F toRubbing--Wet 2to3(CN shipment) 2to3 3 3 3 2 to 3 3 2 to 3 C/F toWash --ColorStaining 3to4 3 to 4 ≥4 3 to 4 4 3 to 4 C/F toWash --ColorChange 4 3 to 4 ≥4 4 4 4 C/F toWash --Cross Staining 4to5 3 to 4 ≥4 4 to 5 4 to 5 4 C/F toWater-- ColorStaining 3to4 3 to 4 ≥4( Baby item) 4 3 C/F toWater-- ColorChange 4 3 to 4 ≥4( Baby item) 3 to 4 4 C/F toWater-- Cross Staining 4to5 3 to 4 ≥4 4 to 5 4 to 5 C/F toPerspiration(ACID)--ColorStaining 3to4 ≥4 4 3 to 4 3 to 4 C/F toPerspiration(ACID)--ColorChange 4 ≥4 3 to 4 4 4 C/F toPerspiration(ACID)--Cross Staining 4to5 ≥4 4 to 5 4 to 5 4 C/F toPerspiration(ALKALI)--ColorStaining 3to4 ≥4 4 3 to 4 3 to 4 C/F toPerspiration(ALKALI)--ColorChange 4 ≥4 3 to 4 4 4 C/F toPerspiration(ALKALI)--Cross Staining 4to5 ≥4 4 to 5 4 to 5 4 C/ctoSaliva-- ColorStaining 4 N/A 4(Size≤36months)4 4 to 5 C/ctoSaliva-- ColorChange 4 N/A 4(Size≤36months)4 4 to 5 C/ctoSaliva-- Cross Staining 4to5 N/A 4(Size≤36months)4 4 to 5 C/F toPhenolicYellowing 4 N/A 4 to 5 3 to 4 4 C/F toLight 3to4 3 to 4 ≥4 3to4 4 to 6 3 Pilling 3(blended fabric) 4(Martindale) ≥3(15000Cycle) 4 3 to 4 Bursting 250kpa(GSM≤200) N/A N/A N/A N/A FabricpH 4 to7.5 4 to7.5 4 to7.5 5 to 7 4 to7.5 Appearance afterwash Nomajorchange N.M.C N.M.C N.M.C N.M.C N.M.C N.M.C N.M.C Dye transferin storage--Colorstaining 4 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 to 4 N/A N/A Dye transferin storage--ColorChange 4 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 to 4 N/A N/A Dye transferin storage--Cross staining 4 to 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 to 4 N/A N/A Note:CN-China, N.M.C-NomajorChange, T/D-Tumble dry, L/D-Line dry, N/A- NotApplicable, HK-Hongkong, B.C-BayCity, kpa- Kilopascale General 3to4, if size ≤104itshould be 5 General 3to4, if size ≤104itshould be 5(Kids Item) Chaity Composite ltd. Sonargaon,Narayangonj Buyers Requirments
  • 48. 47 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 47 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd
  • 49. 48 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 48 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Buyer wise File Keeping procedure- H&M Sample Documents File Keeping (Buyer Requirement) 1. FTD 2. Knitting Data 3. Grieg Swatch 4. Dyeing Recipe 5. Program Route 6. Finishing parameter 7. Test Report 8. Inspection Report 9. Uster Report 10. Yarn Test Report 11. Booking Sheet 12. Summary Sheet H&M Production Documents keep in the File 1. Booking Sheet 2. Order Sheet 3. Rick Assessment Sheet 4. Counter Sample comments copy 5. FTD Sample Comments copy 6. Inspection Report (4 Points) 7. Packing List 8. GPQ Certificate 9. Lab Test Report 10. Summary sheet
  • 50. 49 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 49 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Need available in QAD Department: 1. Lab Dip 2. Counter/PP Sample 3. Original Swatch 4. Fabric Technical Data/FTD 5. Booking Sheet Record Keeping in Department: 1. Shade Continuity 2. Every Rolls Shade Brand 3. Every Rolls GSM Cutting 4. 4 points System 5. Lab Test Report 6. Accessories Match Keeping Sample Record Keeping: 1. Order Sheet 2. Standard Swatch 3. Shade Card 4. Inspection Report (4 Point System) 5. One Meter Fabrics 6. Accessories Match Keeping 7. Send mail to related person 8. Uster Report Record Keeping Of GPQ: 1. Booking Sheet Collect 2. FTD Collect 3. Counter Collect 4. Order Risk Assessment 5. Inspection Report (4 Point System) 6. Shade Continuity 7. Roll to Roll GSM Board 8. Roll to Roll Shade Board 9. Accessories Joint with Body 10. Test Report 11. GPQ Certificate 12. Packing List 13. Sample Process Record 14. Light Life
  • 51. 50 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 50 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Quality Related imported Shortcut 1. QAD- Quality Assurance Department 2. QSR- Quality Standards & Requirement 3. TQM- Total Quality Management 4. SRM- Standard Reference Method 5. ISO- International Organization for Standardization 6. ASTM- American Society of Testing & Materials 7. RQS- Requirement for Quality System 8. QMS- Quality Management System 9. MR- Minimum Manufacturing Requirement 10. AQL- Acceptable Quality Level 11. GSM- Grams per Square Meter 12. QC- Quality Controller 13. MPP- Mini Project Policy 14. NQC- Nominated Quality Controller 15. SOP- Standard Operating Procedure 16. CMC- Color Measurement Clarification 17. PC- Polyester of Cotton 18. CVC- Chief Value of Cotton 19. FTD- Fabrics Technical Data 20. PPE- Personal Protective Equipment 21. H&M- Hannes & Mauritz 22. C&A- Calzado & Aceesorios 23. TDS- Technical Data sheet 24. MSDS- Materials Safety Data sheet 25. LC- Latter of Credit 26. CM- Manufacturing Cost 27. CCL- Chaity Composite Ltd 28. GP- Golden Penney 29. M&S- Marks & Spencer 30. TOD- Time of Delivery 31. RFT- Right First Time 32. RFD- Ready For Delivery 33. CSR- Customer Specific Requirement 34. EPZ- Export Processing Zone 35. CTP- Certified third Party 36. CPQ- Configure Price Quote 37. CTX- Corporate Trade Exchange
  • 52. 51 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 51 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd 38. VOC- Volatile Organic Compounds 39. QA- Quality Assurance 40. CAP- Compliance Audit Program Corrective Action Plan Common Audit Process 41. IE- Industrial Engineering 42. RMG- Ready Made Garments 43. HR- Human Resources 44. CSR- Compliance Social Reasonability 45. PV- Present Value 46. CAD- Computer Aided Design 47. ACTL- Advisory Committee on Trademarks & Licensing 48. GOTS-Global Organic Textile Standard 49. ETP- Effluent Treatment Plant 50. WTP- Water Treatment Plant 51. RO- Pure it Water/ Reverse Osmosis 52. TBC- To be Confirm 53. OK- Objection Killed 54. AM- Ante Meridiem 55. PM- Post Meridiem 56. PTO- Please Turn Over 57. LOGG- Label of Graded Goods 58. AOP- All Over Print 59. COC- Code of Conducts 60. MIS- Management Information System 61. BGMEA- Bangladesh Garments Manufactures & Exporters Association's 62. BKMEA- Bangladesh Knitwear Manufactures & Exporters Associations 63. BTMC- Bangladesh Textile Mills Corporations 64. BJMC- Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporations 65. CPI- Course Per Inch 66. WPI- Wales Per Inch 67. BSCI-Business Social Compliance Initiative 68. DA- Disciplinary Action 69. BSCIC- Bangladesh Small and cottage Industrial Corporations 70. OBA- Optical Brighting Agents 71. OCS- Open Costing Sheet 72. COS- Collection of Style 73. BCI- Better Cotton Initiative 74. OC-Organic Cotton
  • 53. 52 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 52 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd ‡gwk‡bi bvg t †dwe· B‡b·‡cKkb †gwkb welq t †dwe· B‡b·‡cKkb e¨envi wewa t 1. m~Bm Ab Ki‡Z n‡e 2. jvBU R¡vjv‡Z n‡e 3. w¯úW (Av wc Gg) †mU Ki‡Z n‡e 4. ‡nvqvBU Ges jvBU Kvjvi Rb¨ t 16-18, WvK© Kvjvi t 18 -20 (Av wc Gg) 5. ‡gwk‡b †dwe· †mU Ki‡Z n‡e 6. B‡b·‡cKkb ïiæ Ki‡Z n‡e 7. B‡b·‡cKkb †kl n‡j †gwkb cvIqvi eÜ Ki‡Z n‡e 8. ‡gwkb cwi¯‹vi Ki‡Z n‡e|
  • 54. 53 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 53 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Grey Inspection: 1. Knitting Production 2. Inspection, 4 Point System 3. More than 28 points Reject 4. Major Problem Discuses with QAD Head 5. Keep Record in GPQ File Check Point for Grieg Fabrics: 1. Order/Buyer wise Quality Check 2. 4 point system Check 3. Top light Lux Value 1000+ & Back light No need Lux Value Just Need Yarn Variation & Hole Check 4. Two person Maximum can be Two hours continue Check then others two persons continue 5. Inspection – A. Yarn Variation/Count Mix B. Contaminations C. Knitting Hole D. Jumping E. Fly Contra/ Yarn Contra F. Sinker Mark G. Needle Mark H. Set off I. Lycra Out
  • 55. 54 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 54 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Greige Fabrics inspection 1. Two person together inspection continue maximum two hours & combined taken decision. `yBRb GKmv‡_ me©”P `yB N›Uv GKUvbv B‡Ý‡cKkb Ki‡Z cvi‡e Ges wm×všÍI wb‡e †hŠZfv‡e 2. Another two person give to support fabrics for inspection & keeping for storage which is inspection complete also reject fabrics keeping Temporally Reject area for finial decision from Head of Quality. Ab¨ `yBRb †dweªKm B‡Ý‡cKk‡b Rb¨ †iwW Ki‡e| B‡Ý‡cKkb Kiv †dweªKm ‡÷v‡i †i‡L Avm‡e I †Kvb †dweªKm wi‡RKkb n‡j †Ug‡cvwj wi‡RKgb GjvKvq ivL‡e, †KvqvwjwU †nW †`‡L wm×všÍ w`‡e| 3. Keep record which person work two hours with sign `yB N›Uv cici KvR Kivi welqwU wjwcã K‡i ivL‡Z n‡e mvBb mn| 4. Machine Speed should be limit 16 to 18 RPM, Means per one minute 16 to 18 meters inspection ‡gwk‡bi w¯úW 16-18 AviwcGg Gi †ewk n‡e bv, Zvi gv‡b cÖwZ wgwb‡U 16-18 wgUvi †dweªKm B‡Ý‡cKkb n‡e| 5. Inspection Machine Light Value Minimum 1000+ lux & Expired time one year or 1300 hours which is 1st valid B‡Ý‡cKkb ‡gwk‡bi jv· f¨vjy 1000 Gi Dc‡i n‡e Ges jvB‡Ui †gqv` 1300 N›Uv A_ev 1 eQi, †hUv cÖ_g ˆea n‡e| 6. Light Day light, Need to Register loge book for time maintain & Lux Checking record w`‡bi Av‡jvi g‡Zv jvBU hvnvi †gqv` I jv· †PK K‡i jM ey‡K wj‡L ivL‡Z n‡e| 7. If any major problem first communicate with online Quality controller hw` †Kvb ‡ewk mgm¨v †c‡q _v‡K Zvn‡j cÖ_‡g bxwUs †KvqvwjwU‡K Rvbv‡Z n‡e| 8. Major Oil Sport check from Light box with UV light I‡q‡ji `vM jvBU e‡· BDwf jvB‡U †`L‡Z n‡e| 9. Yarn variation/ Patta & Hole, Oil spot check by back light myZvi ZviZg¨ cvÆv, †nvj Ges †Z‡ji `vM e¨vK jvBU w`‡q †`L‡Z n‡e| 10.Back light lux value not limitation e¨vK jvBU jv· †fjyi †Kvb wjwgU bvB 11.Inspection 4 point system ‡dvi c‡q›U wm÷v‡g B‡Ý‡cKkb 12.Keep all record, taken sign from Head of Quality ‡iKW© ivL‡Z n‡e Ges †KvqvwjwU †nW †_‡K mvBb wb‡Z n‡e 13.Make percentage of Rejection daily basis. KZ cv‡m©›U wi‡RKkb n‡jv Zv cÖwZw`bB Rvbv‡Z n‡e|
  • 56. 55 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 55 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd ‰Uó Zyjbv Kivi Rb¨ : 1. Kvjvi Iqvm cixÿv 2. ‡mW cwieZ©‡bi cwigvY Rvbvi Rb¨ 3. GK †mW †_‡K Ab¨ †m‡Wi `~iyZ¡ eySevi Rb¨ 4. ‡U‡ói cwigvY Rvbevi Rb¨
  • 57. 56 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 56 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Print (All over): 1. Pigment print 2. Reactive Print 3. Discharge print 4. Dispatch print Check Point: 1. Customer Order 2. Design 3. Stricop 4. Repeat Measurement 5. Number of color 6. Shade of color with Approval copy 7. Rubbing fastness 8. Washing fastness 9. Print durability 10. Width & GSM fulfill as Requirement 11. Shrinkage 12. Phenolic Yellowing (White & Mélange)
  • 58. 57 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 57 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd All over print wewfbœ wcÖ›U †Pbvi I Rvbvi Dcvq, Reactive Print: - Kvjvi eÛ ˆZix K‡i w_wKwbs G‡RÛ Gi gva¨‡g| - jeb, †mvWv e¨envi K‡i Kvjvi wd· Kiv nq| - Avb-wd· Kvjvi Iqv‡mi gva¨‡g `~i Kiv nq| - ‡dweªKm mdU n‡q _v‡K| - WvBs cÖ‡mm Gi gva¨‡g wcÖ›U Kiv n‡q _v‡K| - wcÖ›U Kivi c‡i, Kvjvi wd· Kivi Rb¨ w÷g e¨envi Kiv nq| - ‡dweªKm Uvb‡j wcÖ›U cvUv cvUv †`Lv hv‡e bv| - Avb WvBW Ges jvBU Kvjvi †dweªK‡m wcÖ›U Kiv n‡q _v‡K| Pigment Print: - evBÛvi e¨envi K‡i, Kvjvi wd· Kiv nq| - wd·vi e¨envi Kiv nq| - ‡dweªKm mvavibZ nvW© n‡q _v‡K| - ‡c÷ cÖ‡mm Gi gva¨‡g wcÖ›U Kiv nq| - wnU Gi gva¨‡g wKDwbs Kiv n‡q _v‡K| - ‡dweªKm Uvb‡j ewW Kvjvi Ges wcÖ›U cvUv cvUv †`Lv hv‡e| - WvBW, Avb-WvBW †dweªK‡m wcÖ›U Kiv n‡q _v‡K| Discharge Print: - wWmvwR©s G‡R›U e¨env‡ii gva¨‡g Kvjvi wd· Kiv nq| - Kvjvi wi‡cøm K‡i, wWmvwR©s wcÖ›U Kiv n‡q _v‡K| - ‡dweªKm mdU n‡q _v‡K| - ‡dweªKm Uvb‡j wcÖ›U cvUv cvUv †`Lv hv‡e bv| - GB cÖ‡mm G †dweªK‡m Lvivc MÜ _v‡K weavq Iqvk Ki‡Z nq| - wnU Gi gva¨‡g wKDwbs Kiv n‡q _v‡K| - WvBW WvK© Kvjv‡i Dci wcÖ›U Kiv n‡q _v‡K| - wWmmvP©G‡fj WvBR w`‡q WvBs Ki‡Z nq|
  • 59. 58 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 58 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Multifibre Test Fabrics: 1. Secondary Cellulose Acetate (Dicel) 2. Bleached unmercerized Cotton 3. Nylon 6.6 4. Polyester (Terylene) 5. Acrylic (Courtelle) 6. Wool Worsted Fabrics Consumption- 1. Body length + Sleeve length + 10 Cm (Folding, Sleeve & Bottom) x (Chest + 4CM)x2 ÷ 10,000 X GSM ÷1000x12x10%(Wastage = KG/Dozen (LengthxChestx2÷10,000xGSM÷1000x12+15%) 2. (Length x Chest x 2 ÷ 1550 X GSM÷1000x12+15%) 3. Weight X 1550 ÷ Width ÷ GSM X 1000 ÷ 36 = Yards 4. Wight ÷ Width ÷ Length X 10,000 = GSM 5. Length X Width ÷ 10,000 X GSM = Wight 6. Needle Count= Dia x Gauge x ¶ (3.14) 7. Yarn Count Check= o.oo5905xyarn length (CM)/ Wight 8. Here,- 1 Meter = 39.37 inch = 100 CM = 1000 MM 1 inch = 2.54 CM 1 CM = 10 MM 1 KG = 1000 Grams = 2.2046 LBS 1550 = 39.37 x 39.37 10,000 = 100 x 100
  • 60. 59 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 59 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Buyer wise Merchandiser & Responsible person:
  • 61. 60 | P a g e Q u a l i t y A s s u r a n c e D e p a r t m e n t Page 60 of 60 Engr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Chaity Composite Ltd Goal of Quality department: 1. What about delivery, how much Complain from Garments a. Shade issue b. Inspection c. Width d. GSM e. Shrinkage issue 2. FTD submit vs Approved & Reject 3. Sample Submit vs Approved & Reject 4. Not delivery any wrong fabrics 5. Proper information's transfer to related department Avgiv cªwZÁve×, c‡b¨i ¸bv¸Y wbð©Z Kivi, hvnv †µZvi Pvwn`v| Reference: 1. Experience 2. H&M Color Guide Book & Quality Manual 3. Internet GLv‡b D‡jøwLZ welqe¯Íy mgn ev¯ÍeZvi Ges AwfÁZvi Av‡jv‡K Av‡jvwPZ,