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  • Created on: 20-01-14 18:00
What does N A C E R A P stand for?
Name of fault, appearance of fault, cause of fault, effect of fault, repair of fault, action taken to correct fault and prevention of this happening again
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This Quality ass___ is used while ma_____ garments
assurance, Manufacturing
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Provides a standard s____ for identifying fau___ and correcting them
System, faults
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Tole____ means to accept a level of ch___ allow in the si___ of a garment so it can fit together ac____
Tolerance, change, sizing, accurately
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A change in +/- of _ cm could result in und__siz___
1cm, undersizing
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Adding 1cm would make the garment too b__
big
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Too many alterations could result in a lot of fau__ and therefore the garment would not f__ together properly
Faults, fit
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This would result in a rej___ from qua___ control
Rejection, quality control
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Inspe___ are carried out to examine the pro___ if standards and tole___ have been met
Inspection, product, tolerances
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These inspections take place at cri___ points during the manufacturing
Critical
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Then a final inspection. Inspecting involves quality of mat_____, accuracy of siz__ and fi_ and the quality in the overall app____ and fini___
Materials, sizing, fit, appearance, finish
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Testing involves testing perfo____, stand___ and wash/care requi____
Performance, standars, requirements
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For example, swi_____ is tested with chlor___, salt water
Swimwear, chlorine
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Scho_____ has to be har_w____, dura___ and easy car__
Schoolwear, hardwearing, durable, easy care
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The 'Tra__ Descrip___s Act of 198_' declares that by la_ it cannot be sta___ if a product is wate____ is it actually isn't etc.
Trade Descriptions Act of 1988, law, stated, waterproof
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The 'Text__ Products Regula___ Act of 19_6 declares fib__ content has to be acc___ by an allowance of _%
The Textiles Products Regulations Act of 1986, fibre, accurate, 3%
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The 'Wei___ and Measu____ Act of 1985-_ states that siz__ have to be accurate
Weights and Measures Act of 1985-7, sizes
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The 'Con___ Protec___ Act of 1987 explains something to do with fau___
Consumer Protection Act, faults
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General Prod___, Safe__ Regulations Act of 199_ means products must have the cor___ labels, e.g. children's wear must not give any ris_
General Product Safety, 1994, correct, risk
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Risk Asse____ means to identify the heal__ and safety of people and their envir____
Assessment, health, environment
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As a guide assessors use the Brit___ Stan____ to test and monit___
British Standards, monitor
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All possible health risks have to be elim_____
Eliminated
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Some manufactures use a Lif_ Cyc__ Assessment to asses a product's impact from cra__ (raw mat___) to grave (disp___)
Life Cycle, cradle, materials, disposal
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The Risk Asse____ Code of Prac___ BS 1996 sets out saf__ requirements for desi__ and manufa___
Assessment, Practice, safety, design, manufacture
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For instance, children's clothing means there can be no chor__ and ribbons that are accessable to a child's mou__ (incase of chok__)
Chords, mouth, choking
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No chords in ho__s as a strangu___ risk
Hoods, strangulation
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Cannot be flam____
Flammable
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Card 2

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This Quality ass___ is used while ma_____ garments

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assurance, Manufacturing

Card 3

Front

Provides a standard s____ for identifying fau___ and correcting them

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Tole____ means to accept a level of ch___ allow in the si___ of a garment so it can fit together ac____

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

A change in +/- of _ cm could result in und__siz___

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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