How the authors of ISO 9001 confused measuring a QMS vs. measuring its processes, and how users can work around the problem.
Category: Guidance Document
There is a correct answer in this long-standing debate, and one that will avoid a major AS9100 nonconformity.
Extracting tangible benefits from ISO 9001’s Clause 10 on “Improvement”
The 2015 version of ISO 9001 confused everyone regarding the controls for documents vs. records.
The size and complexity of your company and QMS should determine how much — or how little — process documentation to create.
Writing standards isn’t difficult, if certain basic rules are followed.
This course discusses ISO 9001/AS9100’s “Context of the Organization” (COTO) and “Risk-Based Thinking” (RBT), and use of the COTO Log.
ISO 9001 CBs are required to assign the right SIC, NACE, and IAF codes relative to your scope of business, to ensure the right auditors are assigned to your contract.
Extracting tangible benefits from ISO 9001’s Clause 9 on “Performance Evaluation”
Extracting tangible benefits from ISO 9001’s Clause 8.7 on “Control of Nonconforming Outputs”
Extracting tangible benefits from ISO 9001’s Clause 8.6 on “Release of Products & Services”
A look at the official ISO standard governing rules for bodies performing independent verification and validation.