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ISO 9001 Implementation Diagram

Planning to implement ISO 9001 is the most critical step to make sure that your project succeeds on time and on budget. With our ISO 9001 Implementation Diagram you can make sure you know all the steps to take so that nothing is missed.

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You know what has to be done; you’re prepared, you’ve organized the necessary information, and you’ve presented the project plan to senior management in your organization. There’s only one thing left to do: implement.

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How can ISO 9001:2015 help boost your sales activities?

While ISO 9001:2015 is strictly a quality management standard, it is considered a business tool by many people in today’s business environment. The benefits of implementing ISO 9001:2015 go far beyond the management of quality; it can also help your organization to improve performance, reduce supply chain costs, retain existing ...Read more

How to include statutory and regulatory requirements in your QMS

One of the requirements that are embedded within ISO 9001:2015 is the necessity to understand and include statutory and regulatory requirements within the Quality Management System (QMS); however, many people have difficulty with understanding how to do this. To help understand this process, there are three main questions to answer: ...Read more

Case study: Design and development in the software industry

The software industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the last few decades and although software production is regulated by its own rules, very often there is a requirement for establishing a Quality Management System according to ISO 9001. Due to the specificity of the software development industry, implementation ...Read more

How to establish process validation in the QMS

When companies are implementing a Quality Management System (QMS) using the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, there is often confusion when it comes to the topic of validation. People can get confused when talking about the difference between design verification and design validation, or discussing what is considered design validation as opposed ...Read more

What is the ISO 9001 audit program, and how does it work?

One of the most important tools that you have to make sure that your Quality Management System (QMS) meets the requirements that have been identified, and is effectively implemented and maintained, is the internal audit program. Internal audits are an integral part of any management system, and thus are included ...Read more

List of mandatory documents required by ISO 13485:2016

The new ISO 13485 is based on ISO 9001:2008, which means that the requirements for documentation are based on the requirements of the previous version of ISO 9001, with the addition of documents specific to the medical device industry. So, here is the list – below you will see the ...Read more
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