by Desiree Schnoor
Wondering more about what it takes to get your company up and running with Video Work Instructions? Let’s take a closer look at the process. The Virtual QE team offers start to finish email support with thorough and easy to follow instructions. First, you will be shipped a pair of camera glasses, that your lead technician will wear to record video and audio of your best practices. We then receive the file you send to our secure cloud-based. Once uploaded Virtual QE can begin the editing process, which usually takes 1-2. During editing, our quality engineers and video editing team will work together to identify quality, critical safety, and learning moments that they highlight throughout the video. Your final product will differ in length than initial recording time, due to cutting some video out and adding in some time with quality control features. Virtual QE counts “one” Video Work Instruction as about 10 minutes of edited and finalized video. Once this process is completed, our senior quality engineer will verify all the steps are captured correctly before the video is delivered back to you via Box.com. The file is now ready for you to upload onto a tablet or other device and be utilized by your employees.
For added peace of mind, Virtual QE has an optional maintenance package available. For an additional 25% of the cost of the instruction, Virtual QE will perform limited revisions to the work instruction, renewable yearly. Revisions include simple corrections and updates, but might not include additional steps or substitutions, which would constitute a brand-new work instruction.
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Desiree Schnoor holds degrees in psychology and public health. Her interests lie broadly in health and well being. She spends the majority of her efforts and love on her husband and four children. She has used her communication skills in health education and promotion for a large wellness corporation, as well as starting a women's mentoring program. She is utilizing her skill set at Virtual QE to convey the "quality of life" aspects of quality engineering.