Latest News & Opinion on the ISO Certification Scheme
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The AS9100 oversight body still requires on-site audits for initial certification audits, risking the health of auditors and clients.
Oxebridge’s new Remote QMS Maintenance Service allows companies to outsource routine elements of ISO 9001 or AS9100 conformity at low costs, freeing up internal resources for other tasks.
Oxebridge has expanded to open a local office in Perth Australia.
The ISO 9001 Brand Integrity Group is holding meetings to generate meaningless whiteboard scribblings, and you’re going to pay for it later.
Audit clients willingly surrender their common sense and logical thinking during audits, leaving them exposed to dramatic legal risks.
Some of the most unethical organizations in the world want to audit you against ethics. What could go wrong?
Conducting audits via RegDOX will allow clients to share audit evidence in a fully ITAR, EAR and NIST 800 compliant environment.
A team of people you never heard of is already planning the roadmap for the next version, without talking to anyone.
Optics inspector Michael Hausner presents an insightful piece on ISO 9001 and related standards, from the point of view of a user.
More and more questions are being asked about the legality of ASQ’s latest financial maneuvers, even as the leadership rakes in money for itself.
Mark Braham, the head of the ISO 9001 Brand Integrity Group, won’t ask CQI to issue a diversity statement.
The dump is a glance into the massive dataset gathered by Oxebridge against the IAF and the world’s ISO certification and accreditation bodies.
Bradken narrowly avoided corporate criminal charges, even as one of its employees was arrested; it has retained ISO 9001 certification by SAI despite the scandal.
Demolition guy tries to defend his company’s decision, takes wrecking ball to his reputation instead.
Oxebridge is calling on CBs to stop using IRCA credentials as a hiring requirement, and for auditors to #burnyourIRCAcard
The Securities & Exchange Commission cited a ruling from the Oxebridge v Guberman PMC case in a recent pleading.
Szutest and TVE Certification have been reported for improper conflicts of interest with consulting bodies.
Once again, Desmond insists he won’t take action on a critical issue because he feels he wasn’t respected enough in the request.
Asked to push CQI to denounce racism, Paul Simpson refused, saying he didn’t know any racists.
After years of pressure by Oxebridge, ASQ has finally issued a full-throated denunciation of racism in its ranks.
Guberman demanded the Judge pay him over $686,000 in damages for ruling him in contempt of court in the Oxebridge lawsuit.
The Krasnoyarsk location of Norilsk Nickel holds ISO 14001 environmental system certification issued by BV and accredited by UKAS.
ISO’s new president has a history of potentially corrupt dealings with China.
The kit fixes errors in the prior COTO Log and adds a handful of new optional QMS forms.
Here we go again, as ASQ tries to wallpaper over their legacy of racism with non-binding and ineffective “policies.”
The company boasted that its ISO 27001 certification assured the security of its data, which is now at risk for being published if a ransom is not paid.
Oxebridge is offering new suite of low-cost, remote implementation services for ISO 9001, AS9100, ISO 45001, ISO 14001 and other standards.
GIC responded to an official complaint by falsely accusing Oxebridge of fraud, a criminal act under Singapore’s anti-defamation laws.
The new AS9104/3 rules will force auditors to write nonconformities, regardless of objective evidence.
Daryl Guberman and Don LaBelle of Guberman PMC Registrars have been handed a stunning, comprehensive legal defeat.
SAI’s Deann Minamino argued that auditors have “moved away from” recording evidence of verbal interviews.
SQA Services continues to market itself as a subject matter expert on quality audits, while holding an ISO 9001 certificate with fake accreditation marks.
BSI’s response to a formal complaint ignored documented evidence, and was sent without any corporate signature.
Less than six months in, and the Oxebridge comic strip is already past 100 episodes.