Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Statistical process control (SPC) is a method for achieving quality control in processes. It is a set of methods using statistical tools such as mean, variance and others, to detect whether the process observed is under control.

BSI publishes a number of standards outlining the cusum (or cumulative sum) method and standard attribute charting for the monitoring, control and improvement of business processes.

These standards are written with non-experts in mind and aim to make clear how the cusum method and attribute charting can be used widely throughout business, industry, commerce and the public sector.

BS 5702-2:2008
Guide to statistical process control (SPC) charts for variables.
Charts for individual values

BS 5702-3:2008
Guide to statistical process control (SPC) charts for variables. Charting techniques for short runs and small mixed batches

Beyond Registration. Getting the best from ISO 9001 and business improvement
BSI order ref: BIP 2020:2007

BS ISO 3534-2:2006
Statistics. Vocabulary and symbols. Applied statistics  

BS ISO 21747:2006
Statistical methods. Process performance and capability statistics for measured quality characteristics 

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