QM FINAL PROJECTOrder Description
Size 12). It is recommended to have your text CLEAR and STRAIGHT TO THE POINT.
Marks Scheme: Paper work (10 points); Presentation (5 points)
WHICH INCLUDES : (2 on punctuality,5 on content, 5 on slides and 3 on Presentation sills,Team coordination,Creative thought)
** Note: The below list may be taken as a guidance for your project.
Your project is open for creativity.Internet is only a secondary source of information. Any student found copying the exact information would receive a Grade “ Zero”.
Project requirements: Documentation Chapter-1 INTRODUCTION
Chapter-2 COMPANY’S PROFILE
Chapter-3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
Chapter: 4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Chapter: 5 FINDINGS
Chapter: 6 ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
Chapter: 7 CONCLUSIONS
Chapter: 8 BIBLIOGRAPHY
PROJECT LIST FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2016
1.Clothing & Product Safety
When it comes to clothing, one normally does not think that a clothing item can pose hazard, however, this presentation will address several hazards posed by children’s clothing and show ways to address them.
2.Consumer Product Safety
With proliferation of consumer products and retailers and increasing cross-border traffic in consumer products, one must be aware of safety risks posed by a variety of consumer products in order to avoid being hurt by unsafe consumer products. This presentation will discuss safety risks posed by various consumer products, how such risks are being addressed by the U. S. government the origins of Consumer Product safety legislation in the U.S.
3.How to Define Quality
Quality cannot be managed effectively unless you can define quality and get everyone in the company to agree to it and understand it. This presentation will expose you to different ways of thinking about quality and let you decide what definition suits best to your situation. This presentation will change the way you think about quality.
This presentation explains ISO 9000 Quality Management System and its requirements for ISO 9000 certification or registration.
5. Sustainable Manufacturing
Good for the environment, good for your bottomline
“Green”, but what does “going green” really mean Going green is nice, but not if it hinders your ability to compete in the realities of the marketplace.
With the right approach and defined goals, green manufacturing holds potential economic benefits including long-term cost savings, waste reductions and process efficiency improvements.
This presentation will discuss the impact of Green Manufacturing.
Consumers today not only want good quality products but they do not want those products made by child labor and in unsafe environment. This presentation will discuss retailers’ and manufacturers’ response to increasing awareness about working conditions and efforts to improve them. Also, discussed here are various Social responsibility management Systems, such as SA 8000 (Social Accountability, International), WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production), and FLA (Fair Labor Association).
The following factors will be taken into consideration when grading all your analysis;
Correctness of the analysis
Thoughtfulness and thoroughfulness of the discussion
Spelling & grammactical errors
Structure and organization of paper including;
Clarity of the writing
Style of presentation