China Inspection Services

Corporate Social Audit

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$368 all-inclusive

  • Pricing covers inspector transportation, accommodations, overtime, weekend and holiday inspections.

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What is the Corporate Social Responsibility Audit ?

The Corporate Social Responsibility Audit should be performed to ensure that you are doing business with factories in which social rights are respected. The audit will check the factory according to international standards and the SA8000 recognized standard, More details...



What do we check during a Corporate Social Responsibility Audit?

  • Child labor
  • Forced labor
  • Health & Safety
  • Freedom of association and right to bargain
  • Discrimination Disciplinary practices
  • Working hours and Environment Compensation
  • Management Systems
  • Protection of the environment


Product Expertise

Our experienced inspectors can provide quality control services on product types including, but not limited to :

Consumer Electronics 

Computer Products

Auto Electronics

Kitchen Appliance 

Audio and Video


Apparel & Textile products

Building Material

Telecom Products

Hardware Products

Security Products


Our Service Coverage Area ?

  • Hong Kong
  • Shanghai
  • Jiangsu Province: Suzhou,Zhenjiang
  • Zhejiang Province:


  • Guangdong Province:

Shenzhen, Dongguan,Guangzhou, Foshan, Shunde, Zhongshan, Jiangmen,Shanto


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How many samples should be inspected?

How to determine the acceptance number?



We use the Acceptable Quality Limit (AQL) standard for all product inspections. 

There are three kinds of defects. For most consumer goods, the limits are:

 0 for  Critical defects (those that render the product unsafe or hazardous for the end user or that contravene mandatory regulations).

1.5 for Major defects (those that can result in the product's failure, reducing its marketability, usability or saleability ).

4.0 for Minor defects (there that do not affect the product's marketability or usability, but represent workmanship defects that make the product fall short of defined quality standards).


Take a example of inspection of “1400pcs” meat grinder, with an Acceptable Quality Limit of “II”, The table  SAMPLE SIZE CODE LETTERS>> indicates a general inspection level of "K".

Referring to table SINGLE SAMPLING PLANS FOR NORMAL INSPECTION>> row “K”,the sample size is 125PCS.Here are the limits: the products are accepted if no more than 5PCS Major defects and no more than 10PCS Minor defects are found during inspection.




So on below inspection report found 20pcs Minor defect, beyond the AQL allowed defect (10PCS).The final AQL defect result is REJECT.



In products inspection, the number of defects is only one of the criteria. The other criteria are “Checklist” on the inspection report as below. Sometimes Client’s special inspection requirements will be put in the checklist. Usually different products with the different checklist.



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