There are infinite business decisions that you have to make. Well, maybe not infinite. But it sure feels like it. And there are categories of choices that are more or less important. Depending on your industry, one of the decisions that you have to make regularly is regarding purity. Purity can come in a few different forms, but it all necessarily leads you to the same necessity of establishing a special quality of work from your business.
Give yourself time to digest a few examples so you can determine if this pertains to you. Regarding purity, what decisions you make as a business owner concerning materials used? How about accessory products and processes? Do federal and state regulations require you to have a purity of certain elements in your workflow or your products? These are all exceedingly important questions because being on the wrong side of them can lead to business failure or even jail time.
How pure do the materials you use need to be? If you are making something out of steel, how do you determine the purity of iron in the first place? Can you trust the people that you purchase raw materials from? Sometimes independent testing is required. Other times you might have testing equipment on site. You always want to have the true purity of materials when doing construction work, because if they are not up to spec, your products will inherently be defective.
Accessory Products and Processes
Then there is the matter of accessory products and processes. If you use a nitrogen generator at work, how pure do all of the components have to be? What type of purity of gas or liquid is going through the generator? If you are doing anything that requires lubrication, how do you make sure there are no pollutants in the mix? Engineers and innovators can be brilliant when it comes to complicated and complex processes, and purity is often the core concept that needs to be followed.
Federal and State Regulations
Finally, it’s important to understand federal and state regulations when it comes to purity. Specifically, when it comes to health, you have to pay attention to OSHA guidelines. This way, you make sure that impurities and pollutants aren’t causing health issues in employees and customers. Regulations are there for a reason.
Sometimes they can go overboard because of incorrect data, but for the most part, they are there to ensure the safety of everyone involved. By trying to cut corners when it comes to purity, you can be setting yourself up for a vicious lawsuit later. Having certain things independently verified is especially crucial when it comes to health and safety.