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  • Getting started with factory production control 2nd edition

  • BM TRADA

  • BM TRADA
  • September 2015
  • 978-1-909594-32-6
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About this publication

Factory Production Control (FPC) is an essential part of all construction product certification schemes. An FPC system that is systematically documented and meticulously implemented is likely to increase the efficiency and profitability of the factory.

The second edition has been updated to reflect aspects of the Construction Products Regulation and now includes exemplar FPC procedure flow charts on Management review meetings, Document approval, Document amendment, Record control, External documents control, Competency- training and awareness and Calibration process for ease of use.

All manufacturers of construction- related products covered by European harmonised standards (of which there are now over 400) must have an FPC system in place. This is to comply with the Construction Products Regulation, as part of the requirement for CE marking.

This guide explains the vital role that Factory Production Control plays in CE marking products for the construction industry in the European Union (EU). It also lists the key functions and contents of an FPC system.

Topics covered include:

- Requirements of product certification
- CE Marking
- Requirements for Factory Production Control
- Preparing the FPC manual

Factory Production Control (FPC) is an essential part of all construction product certification schemes. An FPC system that is systematically documented and meticulously implemented is likely to increase the efficiency and profitability of the factory. The second edition has been updated to reflect aspects of the Construction Products Regulation and now includes exemplar FPC procedure flow charts on Management review meetings, Document ...
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