How to select the Best Subcontractors using your QMS data

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Are you considering rehiring a subcontractor for a new project? When evaluating their quality management systems, including total quality management and quality control, it's crucial to assess their ability to meet customer expectations and the effectiveness of their quality management processes and quality processes. How did their quality fare on previous projects? Comparing their performance with other subcontractors will help assess their overall quality, taking into account customer expectations and the efficiency of their quality management processes and quality processes.

Here is how you can use FTQ360 to understand each candidate’s strengths and weaknesses:

Inspect and handle punch items and issues with your mobile devices.

To enhance customer satisfaction, it is crucial to select a subcontractor at the beginning of your inspection or whenever an issue is identified. By utilizing quality management software and a quality management system, you can effectively track subcontractor performance, including the management of quality data, for each checklist, checkpoint, and punch item deficiency. This comprehensive approach ensures effective monitoring and control, ultimately leading to continuous improvement in overall quality, with efficient data management to support your efforts.

Compare subcontractor performance across projects.

Subcontractor Quality Performance

Run online trend reports with filters set to select the contractors under consideration and the work tasks that interest you. For each work task you will see a comparative analysis of each contractor’s quality performance trends over time. Drill-down to narrow your list of subcontractor candidates to the top performers.

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Use detailed analytics to look at a subcontractor’s quality risk factors.

Do punch item deficiencies often arise during specific work phases or checkpoints? Are these recurring issues impacting your business audience, content and blog strategy, QMS software, customer complaints, and regulatory requirements? Does the performance of particular crews or supervisors play a role in addressing these challenges? To gain insights into each candidate's strengths and weaknesses, it is crucial to consider quality objectives, auditing management systems, and continuous quality improvement. These factors help identify and address recurring deficiencies, evaluate the effectiveness of various work phases or checkpoints, and assess the influence of specific crews or supervisors on overall performance while also analyzing data for compliance with regulatory requirements.

 

 

Start using proactive contracting.

Enhance your contract by integrating a quality management approach that aligns with regulatory and customer requirements. Include specific requests and preventive procedures such as ensuring personnel with a proven record, defining training and qualification requirements, and conducting self-inspections to identify weaknesses.

Read How to use QC to improve your Subcontractors Performance

Use each subcontractor strengths and weaknesses to offset pricing differentials.

You will be able to assess the risks associated with each contractor, particularly those related to medical devices and quality assurance. This knowledge will help you determine if additional preventive measures, such as enhanced surveillance or more frequent inspections, are required. Consequently, you can make an evaluation based on the total cost rather than relying solely on the bid price.

You have the ability to create a data-driven subcontractor selection process when you have a system that collects the information and has the analytics you need to make decisions.

Subcontractor's Guide | FTQ360

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