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INTRODUCTION
Doug Wallace, a Materials Management subject expert with Life Cycle Engineering [L.C.E] Consultancy Company Charleston, South Carolina; in a paper presentation titled “Maintenance and Reliability Inventory Management” gave an apt and practical illustration that underscores the need for inspection. He said, have you heard of the guys that burned up a brand new piece of rotating equipment because it was installed with no oil in it? That little oversight cost $80,000 for a replacement. When properly lubricated, it would have cost less than $100”. Again, he said, “How about the guys that cut a section out of their raw materials feeder line and then find out the replacement piece was just a little bit too short to fit into the gap? That little mistake cost thousands of dollars in unplanned repairs and potentially hundreds of thousands in lost production”.
This brings to mind the two renowned cases in Nigeria of Indomie Instant Noodles Poisoning Crisis of 2004 and Pfizer Poisoning Crisis, Kano 1996. What these organizations suffered in terms of cost, production revenue loss and image can only be imagined.

Table of Contents
Title
Approval
Declaration-
Acknowledgement
Abstract

CHAPTER ONE: 
Introduction
1.1Background of the Study
1.2Statement of the Problems
1.3Objectives of the Study
1.4Significance of the Study
1.5Scope of the Study
1.6Research Questions
1.7Definition of Terms

CHAPTER TWO: 
Literature Review
2.1Specification and Standardization
2.2Objectives of Specification and Standardization
2.3Approaches to developing a Balanced Specification
2.4Inspection
2.5Types of Inspections
2.6Defect Preventive Approach
2.7Effects of Materials Inspection on the Quality of Products

CHAPTER THREE: 
Research Methodology
3.1Area of the Study
3.2Research Design
3.3Population of the Study
3.4Sample and Sampling Procedure
3.5Instrument for Data Collection
3.6Administration of the Instrument
3.7Techniques for Analyzing Data
CHAPTER FOUR: 
Data Presentation and Analysis
4.1Presentation of Results

CHAPTER FIVE: 
Summary, Discussions, Conclusion and Recommendations
5.1Summary of Procedures
5.2Discussion of Findings
5.3Implications of Findings
5.4Conclusions
5.5Recommendations
5.6Suggestions for Further Study
Bibliography
Appendix

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