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

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

BS ISO 22514-2:2017

Statistical methods in process management. Capability and performance. Process capability and performance of time-dependent process models

 Your basket
Your basket is empty