Latest News & Opinion on the ISO Certification Scheme
ASQ refused to offer members supplemental health insurance, and now that’s exactly what they need.
During the coronavirus outbreak, ISO is making some of its standards available for free, including ISO 13485.
Another look at Oxebridge’s sometimes-hilarious editorial graphics.
Bodies such as UKAS, BSI and Platinum continue to endorse the use of Zoom, despite growing evidence the software introduces huge security risks for users.
During Outbreak, Accreditation Bodies Move to Protect Their Staff, But Deny Same Rights for Everyone Else
Accreditation bodies are moving to 100% remote auditing, while denying that option for their certification bodies and end users.
Once again, the oversight bodies find no wrong doing by ISO accreditation bodies, despite evidence to the contrary.
The quality assurance profession’s news outlets are hopelessly conflicted, and their failure to report honestly puts public health and safety at risk.
Oxebridge remains free of any relationships with ISO registrars, so any such entries were not entered by Oxebridge.
TapRootT’s Mark Paradies blames a media-driven panic as the coronavirus’ real culprit, then denies actual science supporting social distancing.
The IAAC has cleared ANAB of any wrongdoing after failing to address a complaint against NQA USA.
Their coronavirus failures prove it’s time to tell risk management consultants to shut up already.
G31000 continues to collect funds for events that are unlikely to happen.
Certification bodies’ current remote AS9100 audit methods do not ensure compliance with ITAR, and could get their clients arrested or shut down.
Oxebridge Issues Public Call to Extend All Certifications, Accreditations During Coronavirus Pandemic
Oxebridge is demanding IAF extend all certifications and accreditations to allow for the coronavirus pandemic to subside.
The UK’s Chartered Quality Institute is refusing to cancel public events, risking the spread of coronavirus to its members and attendees.
IAQG execs’ disinterest in ensuring AS9100 certifications are only issued to conforming companies eventually puts the public at risk.
Oxebridge has had contingency plans in place for decades to handle events such as these, and service will not be disrupted.
Registrars have the ability to conduct remote audits, but have refused to prepare.
Citing the spread of coronavirus, ASQ has cancelled the 2020 WCQI event.
The latest update to the Oxebridge Free ISO 9001 template kit provides Google Docs capabilities.
Mohan Sabaratnam refuses to recuse himself, making a high-profile complaint filed against IAS even worse.
Quality professionals must understand blockchain, as it will impact on their work; they must also ensure that the technology is not corrupted by the usual suspects, such as ISO.
ANAB is allowing extensions for companies affected by the virus, but AS9100 certified orgs are out of luck.
Daryl Guberman claims an IAF/ILAC laboratory was responsible for the coronavirus release.
Extracting tangible benefits from ISO 9001’s Clause 8.5.2 on “Identification & Traceability”
Extracting tangible benefits from ISO 9001’s Clause 8.5.1 on “Control of Production and Service Provision”
A limited offer as the Oxebridge Q001 certification program ramps up.
Oxebridge is presenting a radical approach towards preventing consulting by Q001 auditors.
Ann Jordan and Jim Templin have taken top leadership roles in ASQ, despite being at the helm during the org’s decline.
Oxebridge has released version 1.1 of its new QMS standard, Oxebridge Q001. The version fixes some minor typographical errors in Appendix B, improves page numbering formatting for users of printed copies, and adds reference to "shelf life control of perishable items"...
Eckehard Bauer was personally aware of the conflicts of interest between Quality Austria and the consultancy Qatar Quality Plus.
Q001 certification audits will be very different, and solve a lot of problems currently faced in the ISO audit scheme.
A Federal court ruled defendants Daryl Guberman and Don LaBelle in contempt of court.
The Oxebridge site was down for about 24 hours due to a error made by tech support. The IP was incorrectly configured, and was fixed within an hour, but such changes typically take a day to propagate through the internet, resulting in nearly a full day of downtime....
The first official version of Oxebridge Q001 has been released, and is available for free download.