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~Dr Dilip Ganguly
Operational Control Procedures (OCP) for the Automobile Industry
Once we find out about the various processes that go on in a particular line of operation in an industry, the next task is to pinpoint the various significant aspects. Having done that we need to focus on minimizing the negative impacts of the process. Thus, it becomes necessary to have an operational control procedure (OCP) ready to go into action. Find out about the OCPs for the automobile industry through this article.
Case Study in Operational Control Procedures (OCP) for the
Identification of Aspects and Impacts (i.e., the Inputs and Outputs of a manufacturing process or operation):
Aspects for the Automobile Industry: (a) Emission of volatile organic compounds; (b) Spillage chemicals used for washing purposes; (c) Discharge of vehicle wastes to stream
Operational Control Procedure in the Automobile Industry
Want to know more? Read the article on
Operational Control Systems to find more
explanations on the method of creating an OCP.
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