BS 6000-1:2005 - Guide to the selection and usage of acceptance sampling systems for inspection of discrete items in lots. General guide to acceptance sampling – BSI British Standards

BS 6000-1:2005

Guide to the selection and usage of acceptance sampling systems for inspection of discrete items in lots. General guide to acceptance sampling

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : July 2005

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Guide to the selection and usage of acceptance sampling systems for inspection of discrete items in lots - Part 1: General guide to acceptance sampling

Executive summary

General guidance on the selection and usage of an acceptance sampling system, scheme or plan.

Abstract

This British Standard, a part of the BS 6000 series, provides general guidance on the selection of an acceptance sampling system, scheme or plan. It does this principally in the context of British Standards that either already exist or are presently under development.

The guidance in this British Standard is confined to acceptance sampling of products that are supplied in lots and that can be classified as consisting of discrete items (i.e. discrete articles of product).

Standards on acceptance sampling are typically generic, as a result of which they can be applied to a wide variety of inspection situations. These include, but are not limited to: end items, such as complete products or sub-assemblies; components and raw materials; services; materials in process; supplies in storage; maintenance operations; data or records; and administrative procedures.

Although this British Standard is written principally in terms of manufacture and production, this should be interpreted liberally, as it is applicable to the selection of sampling systems, schemes and plans for product and processes as defined in BS EN ISO 9000.

History and related standards

This British Standard together with BS 6000-2 and BS 6000-3 supersedes

BS 6000:1996, which is withdrawn.




Standard NumberBS 6000-1:2005
TitleGuide to the selection and usage of acceptance sampling systems for inspection of discrete items in lots. General guide to acceptance sampling
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date25 July 2005
Confirm Date01 June 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)BS 6000-2:2005, BS 6000-3:2005, BS 6001-1:1999, BS 6001-2:1993, BS 6001-3:1993, BS 6001-4:1994, BS 6001-7:2001, BS 6002-1:1993, BS 6002-4.1:1994, BS 2846-7:1997, BS EN ISO 9000:2000, BS EN ISO 9004:2000, BS ISO 3534-1:1993, BS ISO 3534-2:1993
ReplacesBS 6000:1996, ISO TR 8550:1994
Draft Superseded By03/102301 DC
DescriptorsInspection, Sampling methods, Acceptance inspection, Statistical quality control, Quality assurance, Quality control, Quality assurance systems, Sampling tables, Inspection by attributes, Inspection by variables
ICS03.120.30
CommitteeSS/5
ISBN0 580 46484 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages38
File Size673.5 KB
Price£214.00


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