8. Table inspector
a. Measure garments are correct for size.
b. Check collar has been attached evenly, and there is no puckering at the front neck opening.
c. Remove lot number stickers. Mb if lot numbers do not all correspond, reject the garment and report to the supervisor.
d. Check for fabric flaws.
e. Check for stains.
f. Check top stitching, buttons and button holes.
g. Check labels
h. Check for neck stretch
i. Check for needle damage
a. Press garments flat, do not press the front panel and then turn the sleeves over onto it and press, as this leaves sleeve impression marks on the body panels
b. Lightly steam the placket.
c. Fold as demonstrated
10. Final examination
a. Check for stains.
b. Ensure that sleeves / collars / cuffs match the body panel. If there is a variation in shade, then reject-garments. Do not send for packing.
c. Check that the label is central, and that the correct size has been inserted.
d. Check the panels for fabric flaws and holes.
e. Check the top stitching for slipped stitches.
f. Check buttons / button holes.
g. Scan side scams for breaking out.
h. Check placket is straight.
i. Fold as demonstrated
a. Ensure collars are attached evenly – reject garments with puckering
b. In the ease of twin packs, ensure both garments are the same shade.
c. Cheek Kimball and hanging tag for correct size and sew in label.
d. Pack according to customer requirement,’.
a. Ensure helper’s are correctly instructed to identify make up faults.
b. Machinists should be checked morning and afternoon.
c. Table inspectors should be checked four times daily.
d. Ensure neck stretch is achievable on t-shirts.
e. Check tensions, scam bite, stitches per 2.5cm, and cracking on seams.
f. Check for needle damage.
g. Make sure that the over lockers have taken off the correct seam allowance
h. Check pressing i packing.
i. Check final examination.
13. Supervisors (on each line)
Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that all quality procedures are adhered to, and that quality standards arc maintained throughout the production process. This should reduce the number of garments returned from the final examination area.
14. Single Jersey / Polyester / Cotton Fabric