In Pakel Industry Construction Energy Machinery Industry and Trade Limited, Quality Assurance is executed by generating a sound quality management system, and by the competence assessment of this system, the conformity of the operational system to this quality system and by revising the quality management system itself, and the problems are avoided by way of planned and systematic activities involving the documentation of quality problems as well.

In addition, Quality Assurance in PAKEL is a proactive process of quality and serves to prevent mistakes by focusing on the process of manufacturing. The aim of Quality Assurance is to enhance the development and testing processes in order to avert errors arising during product manufacturing process.

“A part of Quality Management focusing on the assurance that the quality conditions will be fulfilled” Assurance is a prudential act. When a quality assurance is given, it shows that the products can be utilized dependably in the future, and the service provided will be on the same level in the future as it has been now. The assurances given toward the future are always within certain limitations.

First and foremost, what we need to ask ourselves is, what level of assurance is required by the word “product.” The coming processes, procedures, and necessary follow-up activities will be at the assurance level needed. If an institution has attained success utilizing certain systems and procedures, it will be able to achieve the same success to a large extent as long as it continues to exercise these same “rules” and “methods.” Even if such a management philosophy is utilized, it does not guarantee excellence. Nevertheless, when such a system is put to practice, there is a significant drop in error rates and problems encountered. An establishment ought to have definite systems in order to be evaluated. It is possible to estimate the outcomes by examining the set of systems an establishment has adopted.

Quality Assurance never aims to dismiss the initiatives of the employees. In general, quality systems define the areas which are not actively followed, and which need to be kept under the control of the organization administration.