quality assurance

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Askeri) NİTELİK TEMİNATI: Malzemenin sözleşme ve şartname isteklerine uygunluğunu temin eden manajman görevi. Bu husus istihsal nitelik kontrollarının kıymetlendirilmesi ve, yönetmelikler yolu ile yapılan denetlemelere ilaveten, mamul maddenin yerinde ve üzerinde yapılacak direkt denetlemelerle elde edilir. Ayrıca bak "quality control"
kalite sigortası
kalite güvencesi
(Nükleer Bilimler) kalite güvencesi,kalite temini
Kalite Kontrolu
(Askeri) kalite teminatı/güvencesi
nitelik sağlama
nitelik sigortası
kalite kontrolü
kalite güvence
quality assurance activities
(Nükleer Bilimler) kalite temini faaliyetleri
quality assurance programme
(Nükleer Bilimler) kalite güvencesi programı
quality assurance team
(Askeri) kalite teminat timi
stringent quality assurance procedures
siki nitelik guvence yordamlari
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A system in which the delivery of a service or the quality of a product is assessed, and compared with that required
All the planned and systematic activities implemented within the quality system, and demonstrated as needed, to provide adequate confidence that an entity will fulfill requirements for quality
an integrated system of activities involving planning, quality control, quality assessment, reporting and quality improvement to ensure that a product or service meets defined standards of quality with a stated level of confidence
Program that is intended, by its actions, to guarantee a standard level of quality
The organizational structure, the processes and procedures necessary to ensure that the overall intentions and direction of an organization as regards quality are met and that the quality of the product or service is assured
"The totality of the arrangements by which an organization discharges its responsibility for the quality of the teaching it offers, satisfying itself that the mechanisms for quality control are effective and promote improvement " (See Inglis, Ling, & Joosten (1999) pp 161, 200 and Moore & Kearsley (1996) 182-184)
the practice of checking the quality of goods or services that a company sells, so that the standard continues to be good
Also referred to as quality control; the monitoring of systems and processes to ensure that the quality of work is within defined tolerances
checking the quality of the product before it hits the market
The process of evaluating overall project performance on a regular basis to provide confidence that the project will satisfy the relevant quality standards The organizational unit that is assigned responsibility for quality assurance
Quality assurance is the planned and systematic activities implemented within the quality system and demonstrated as needed to provide adequate confidence that an entity will fulfill requirements for quality (Source: ANSI/ISO/ASQ A8402-1994 Quality Management and Quality Assurance--Vocabulary) For projects, on going quality audits
The set of activities that specifies acceptable material and process parameters and measures actual performance in meeting defined quality standards When used in reference to a department- quality assurance (QA) or quality control (QC)- it often indicates that responsibility for meeting quality standards has been delegated to that department, and is not an assumed function of other company operations
This ensures a consistent approach to monitoring and maintaining the quality of performance - for example, international quality standards such as ISO 9000 With competence-based vocational qualifications, quality assurance is dependent largely upon the internal and external verification process
Teaching Quality Assessment (TQA) The UK government has a central agency, the Quality Assurance Agency, which monitors all universities for quality of provision   They look at the following areas: - Curriculum design - Teaching, learning and assessment - Student progression and achievement - Student support - Learning resources - Quality management and enhancement The QAA carries out Academic Reviews on a rolling basis of individual subject areas eg History, Political Science, Computer Science etc The findings of these assessments can be found at www qaa ac uk/ Click "Review Reports"   Not all departments will have been assessed and some may be out of date   The system is also under change and, as with league tables, there is controversy about the value of such assessments
A system of protocols and procedures (such as sampling at the right place and (or) time using the correct equipment and techniques) implemented to meet expected standards of quality needed to fulfill study objectives and control unmeasurable components of a study
a system of inspections, and/or tests instituted at various stages in a manufacturing or printing process to ensure that the end product will meet predetermined standards
The result of quality control processes to provide security to the end-user that product is wholesome, meets high quality standards and is safe for consumption
A formal methodology designed to assess the quality of services provided Quality assurance includes formal review of care, problem identification, corrective actions to remedy any deficiencies and evaluation of actions taken
(Ticaret) The set of activities that specifies acceptable material and process parameters and measures actual performance in meeting defined quality standards. When used in reference to a department- quality assurance (QA) or quality control (QC)- it often indicates that responsibility for meeting quality standards has been delegated to that department, and is not an assumed function of other company operations
Planned or systematic actions necessary to provide adequate confidence that a product or service will satisfy given requirements for quality
All those planned and systematic actions necessary to provide adequate confidence that a product or service will satisfy given requirements for quality
An interactive management process designed to objectively ensure the appropriateness and effectiveness of patient care It includes identifying deficiencies, implementing corrective action(s) to improve performance, and monitoring the corrective actions to ensure that quality of care has been enhanced In the broadest sense, this ongoing process should involve the medical and professional staff, the administration, and the governing body of the health care facility
(QA) A system which provides confidence that the service will fulfil users' expectations
Activities involving a review of quality of services and the taking of any corrective actions to remove any deficiencies (H)
– Activities and programs intended to assure the quality of care in a defined medical setting Such programs include peer or utilization review components to identify and remedy deficiencies in quality The program must have a mechanism for assessing its effectiveness and may measure care against pre-established standards
(1) The process of evaluating overall project performance on a regular basis to provide confidence that the project will satisfy the relevant quality standards (2) The organizational unit that is assigned responsibility for quality assurance
Activities and programs intended to assure the quality of care in a defined medical setting Such programs include peer or utilization review components to identify and remedy deficiencies in quality The program must have a mechanism for assessing its effectiveness and may measure care against pre-established standards
Those planned and systematic actions necessary to provide sufficient confidence that a laboratory's product or service will satisfy given requirements for quality
Quality assurance or quality assessment is the activity that monitors the level of care being provided by physicians, medical institutions, or any health care vendor in order to ensure that health plan enrollees are receiving the best care possible The level of care is measured against preestablished standards, some of which are mandated by law Many QA programs feature systematic educational processes to identify and prevent discrepancies in care, and to attempt remedial actions when substandard care exists
qa
Institute of Quality Assurance
The Chartered Quality Institute (CQI), formerly known as The Institute of Quality Assurance (IQA), is the leading professional body for the advancement of quality practices in the UK, was originally founded in 1919 as the Institute of Engineering Inspection. It is a not-for-profit organisation and a respected contributor to policy issues at a national and international level. It has maintained its unique position of independence from commercial or vested interests and embraces all quality models, philosophies and standards that help an organisation improve performance
Computer-Aided Quality Assurance
{i} CAQ, computer-aided department in a company that ensures that the products or services are provided in accordance with quality standards
quality assurance

    الواصلة

    qua·li·ty as·sur·ance

    التركية النطق

    kwälıti ışûrıns

    النطق

    /ˈkwälətē əˈsʜo͝orəns/ /ˈkwɑːlətiː əˈʃʊrəns/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'kwä-l&-tE ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English qualite, from Old French qualité, from Latin qualitat-, qualitas, from qualis of what kind; akin to Latin qui who; more at WHO.

    كلمة اليوم

    publican
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