Quality Assurance has become basic part of most of the construction industries. Every construction industries nowadays face tough competition and hence it is essential for them to provide goods or services of high quality at low cost to their clients. Different systems are implemented in construction firms to improve upon the quality of the companies. Besides this does not only helps to satisfy the client requirements but also helps in reducing costs and increasing profits of the firms. Most of the construction industries understand the importance and necessity of maintaining good quality to survive in today market and that are laying even greater emphasis on their QA systems.
Decision Trees seemed to be more common in HACCP Plans, maybe because most HACCP Plans haven't automated to the point where Risk has become necessary. But as more Food Safety Management Systems become automated, new technologies are introduced that streamline the process. The trouble with decision trees, in my opinion, is that it lends itself to subjectivity. Depending on who is filling out the decision tree, the answer could change. That is not to say that there is a problem with decision trees OR the person filling them out - but the combination of the two can be problematic.