The Why & How of Design QC
There’s a clear benefit to ensuring the product you send out meets your standards. But do you have an equivalent process for evaluating your design work?
Design QC can save you time and boost your bottom line by helping you anticipate and avoid field issues, minimizing your repair and replacement costs. It can help you establish accountability among your designers and turn mistakes into targeted training. Best of all, it can help solidify your reputation as a company committed to crafting and delivering a quality product.
Join BCMC presenters Dan Morris and Kelly LaBlance to learn why developing a design QC process is worth the effort as well as how to do so. They’ll cover how much time you can expect to put into implementing a design QC process, whose buy-in you need, and how to follow-up on what you learn to get the most out of your process.
Contact SBCA staff to register today!
Workshop Schedule: This 1¼ hour workshop will be held on Tuesday, January 17 at 11 am PDT/12pm MDT/1pm CDT/2pm EDT. Truss Technician Training (TTT) recertification credit, continuing education credit (CEU) and professional development hours (PDH) are available.
Workshop Cost: Individuals from component manufacturing companies that attended BCMC 2016 in Knoxville, TN can attend this session for FREE. SBCA component manufacturer members receive a discount and pay by location, so multiple employees can participate at one cost. The member cost is $30 per location; the nonmember cost is $60 per person.
Missed a Workshop? Recordings of this workshop will be available online shortly after the presentation. The member cost is $30 per person; the nonmember cost is $60 per person.