1. Verify that product is properly labeled.
The label should include the name of the product, the ingredients, and any other important information. It should be easy to read and compliant with all safety standards.
2. Check for potential hazards.
Hazards can include things like sharp edges, poisonous materials, or fire risks. All hazards should be identified and addressed before the product leaves the factory.
3. Check product dimensions and weight.
The product should meet all specified dimensions and weight requirements. This helps ensure that it will function as intended and won't cause any safety issues.
4. Inspect product for damage.
The product should be free of any physical damage such as dents, scratches, or cracks. If there is damage, the product may not be safe to use and may need to be recalled.
5. Check compliance with safety standards.
By adhering to safety standards, we can be confident that our product is safe for consumers and won't cause any accidents.
6. Verify regulatory markings and symbols.
The product should have all appropriate regulatory markings and symbols in place. These markings help ensure that the product is compliant with all safety regulations.
7. Inspect product packaging.
The packaging should be designed to protect the product during transport and minimize the risk of damage or contamination. It should also comply with all safety standards.
8. Check production date and expiration date.
The production date should be current and the expiration date should not have passed yet. This helps ensure that the product is fresh and safe to use.
9. Compare product to sample or drawing.
The product should match the sample or drawing exactly. This helps ensure that it meets all quality requirements before being released to consumers.
10. Inspect for missing or damaged parts.
Any missing or damaged parts should be identified and fixed before the product is released to consumers.This guarantees that the product is safe and won't lead to any accidents.