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Quality Assurance

Temperature monitoring assures quality in metal casting

DURING metal casting, the liquid material is poured into a mould, which, after solidification, becomes a solid body. Both too-high and too-low casting temperatures...

Cutting-edge laboratories support QA and R&D

CHRYSO Southern Africa, located in Jet Park, Johannesburg, maintains two state-of-the-art laboratories that form the backbone of its operations. These facilities, the quality control...

The importance of ISO certification in SA’s manufacturing sector

IT’S no secret that the manufacturing sector in South Africa is fast-growing and ever-changing to the demands of global standards. ISO (International Organization for...

Condition monitoring company expands in India

CONDITION monitoring specialist company, WearCheck, recently opened the doors to its second laboratory in India – this one in Durgapur – after the success...

Warning regarding self-appointed regulators and watchdogs

THE South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) has noticed an increasing trend of some associations and industry bodies trying to derail the credibility of...

Recognising an unbroken commitment to world-class quality

SERVICE | November is World Quality Month – embraced by WearCheck, as it reinforces the condition monitoring company’s fundamental goal – the provision of...

Standardisation in management systems is becoming a key component in road-freight logistics

ROAD safety plays an integral part in the sustainability and transformation of the road transport system, and everyone needs to apply sustainability practices and...

SABS warns that some Information Technology (IT) standards are at risk

THE South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) has sounded the alarm that some information technology (IT) standards are at risk of being withdrawn if...

Setting a new standard for outsourced steam in Africa

SOUTH Africa’s largest dairy company, Clover, is undertaking a massive consolidation of their facilities as part of Project Sencillo, a program of projects focusing...

Hammarsdale food plant gets certified with flying colours

GLOBAL food brand, Kerry, has lived up to its philosophy of Safety First, Quality Always with the awarding of the BRC Global Standard for...

Biodegradability testing laboratory to tackle leakage of plastic waste into environment

SOUTH Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) now hosts Africa’s only laboratory equipped to test and verify imported or locally produced products...

New qualification framework to address industry skills shortages

By Roland Innes: Group CEO, Dyna Training, and Leoni MacKenzie: QCTO Subject Matter Expert in Qualifications Development IN its global risk barometer for 2022, international...

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