Under ISO 9001, companies get certified under any conditions, and never lose their certification even when involved in product recalls, scandals or disasters. Q001 fixes that.
Oxebridge Q001 moves beyond ISO 9001’s “Quality Policy,” providing a demonstrable means of proving a company has implemented a true culture of quality.
Volunteers are being sought for the Q001 Interim Advisory Board, to oversee the programs international launch and uptake.
Companies undergoing traditional ISO 9001 or AS9100 audits may now request their CB perform a few additional tasks to achieve Q001 Level 1 certification simultaneously.
Improved rules for evidence gathering, auditor requirements and remote auditing techniques make Q001 audits impervious to risks like COVID-19.
Conducting audits via RegDOX will allow clients to share audit evidence in a fully ITAR, EAR and NIST 800 compliant environment.
The Q001 webinar for companies interested in the standard and certification scheme is now available online.
Oxebridge will present information on the new Q001 Certification Program for companies interested in pursuing certification.
The Oxebridge Directory will be built on blockchain, allowing an immutable chain of data transactions.
The new Oxebridge Q017 standard provides concrete requirements and guidance on how to conduct remote management system audits.
A minor change was issued, to correct a clause number error.
Q001 clients will be able to under remote audits more easily, and select the level of quality system maturity they wish to pursue.