It is important to understand the role of a QC provider. Inspection companies only evaluate and report on findings. We do not decide if the production lot is acceptable, nor do we help the manufacturer resolve issues, unless that service has been arranged. An inspector’s sole responsibility is to ensure that proper procedures are followed for the relevant AQL inspections and them report findings. If a supplier takes no remedial actions based on those findings, the sale problems will occur repeatedly. HQTS provides QC consulting and production management services that can help a supplier resolve production issues. Please contact us for more details.
Recently, Health Canada revised the policy for infant sleepwear sold in Canada. Infant sleepwear qualifies as a tight-fitting sleepwear if it is designed for infants weighing up to 7 kg. Flammability Requirement Guidelines (2016), amended from time to time, specify that the maximum chest circumference for infant sleepwear is 508 mm. Sleepwear designed for infants … Continue reading “Health Canada Revised Policy For Infant Sleepwear”
HQTS is pleased to announce we will exhibit at Children-Baby-Maternity Expo (CBME) in Shanghai, China. We invite you to drop by and learn more about how HQTS can help you meet your quality assurance goals. Details to follow at our booth … Continue reading “Children-Baby-Maternity Expo China (CBME)”