As part of our commitment to ensuring the integrity and reliability of your supply chain, we offer a Containment Service that helps prevent the spread of quality defects or non-conforming products.

Containment Service is a crucial component of any quality control program, as it helps prevent potentially costly and damaging issues from reaching your customers. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping you maintain the highest levels of quality and reliability in your products, and we are proud to offer this essential service as part of our comprehensive suite of solutions.

Here are the key steps involved in Containment Service

At Verifymatic, we are committed to providing the highest levels of quality and reliability in our services, and our Containment Service is no exception.

Here are the six steps that Verifymatic performs for Containment Service on behalf of our customers:

The first step in our Containment Service process is to identify the problem or defect that needs to be contained. Our team works closely with your organization to understand the nature and scope of the issue, as well as any potential risks or impacts on your customers and supply chain. We use a variety of tools and techniques to identify the problem, including statistical process control, root cause analysis, and customer feedback.

Once we have identified the problem, our team will design a comprehensive containment strategy tailored to your specific needs. This strategy may include a range of actions, such as quarantining affected products, implementing additional inspections and testing, or modifying production processes to prevent future issues. We will also assess the impact of the containment strategy on your production schedule and work with you to minimize any disruption to your operations.

With the strategy in place, we will begin implementing the containment plan, working closely with your team and any other relevant stakeholders to ensure that all necessary actions are taken in a timely and effective manner. This may include sorting and rework operations to separate non-conforming products from conforming products, as well as quarantining affected products and implementing additional inspections and testing.

After the containment plan has been implemented, we will conduct a rigorous verification process to ensure that the actions taken have been effective in containing the problem or defect. This may include additional testing or inspection, as well as ongoing monitoring and reporting. We will also work with you to establish performance metrics to track the effectiveness of the containment strategy and ensure that the issue does not recur.

Once the problem has been contained, our team will conduct a comprehensive root cause analysis to identify the underlying factors that contributed to the issue. This analysis may involve reviewing production processes, materials, equipment, and personnel, as well as examining any data or feedback related to the issue. We will work with you to develop a corrective action plan to address the root cause of the issue and prevent similar problems from occurring in the future.

Finally, we will provide you with detailed documentation and reporting on the containment process, including all actions taken and the results of our verification and root cause analysis. This documentation will help you demonstrate your commitment to quality and compliance, and provide a valuable record of your efforts to maintain the integrity of your supply chain. We will also provide you with recommendations for process improvements and other actions to ensure ongoing quality and reliability in your products.