Change Is Inevitable
The past couple of years have seen many changes with the various global ISO and Aerospace Standards. The year 2018 will be the zenith of applied changes. Many certified organizations are still working diligently to beat the September 2018 deadline. If their organization does not successfully complete the certification transition by that time, they will be caught holding an expired certification and will have to deal with the consequences. Losing certification can be detrimental to business and quite costly! Do not delay!
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As an operations manager, you’re tasked with many responsibilities and finding a way to juggle them all in a way that satisfies everyone. Keeping your operations consistent and solid, however, is key to obtaining your ISO 9001:2015 certification. The following are some basics regarding how to be prepared from an operations perspective. ISO 9001:2015 – […]
As a quality manager, we know one of your top priorities is to make sure your organization is following best practices. Certification to the ISO 9001:2015 Standard helps ensure that customers get consistent, high quality products and services, which in turn brings many benefits to businesses. Understanding the principles of quality management is a vital […]
You know you have excellent employees at your business. Your customer service is top-notch, and your clientele is growing. And there’s a reason for that: Your company is outstanding, and you know it. Now it’s time to share that knowledge with the world. And that’s what ISO 9001:2015 certification means for your company. It gives […]
We hear the word “conform” in many circles. We conform to a lot of things in life, so it’s a fairly common word that we use often. The concept of “ISO conformity” is not much more complicated than the basic meaning of “conform.” When you think of it that way, it’s easy to answer the […]
We’ve gone over the meaning of ISO and what it means to be ISO compliant. But those of you not familiar with these concepts might now want to know more about certification and its importance. Here’s a little information about what ISO certification means and what it does not. What ISO Certification Means and What […]
Have you heard that a business is “ISO compliant” and wondered, “Hmmm. What does that mean? What is ISO compliance?” Here’s a way to look at it. … What is ISO Compliance? Let’s say you just opened up a new restaurant, and you know the inspector from the health department is coming by next week. […]
A young child asks, “Why do I have to eat my vegetables?” You respond, “Because they’re good for you.” The child then asks, “Why are they good for you?” You say, “They make your body stronger.” The child then persists, “Why? … But why? … But why?” While that can be annoying, an adult version […]
Having an internal audit can be daunting but also a good way to evaluate your processes. Here are some of the top audit questions in 2017 that will be considered. Top Audit Questions in 2017 1. How do you contribute to your organization’s goals? Employees must understand their roles and how they contribute to the […]
Would you like to know where your organization stands with regard to conformity to the ISO 9001 requirements? Simply complete this short form to gain access to download this valuable tool that will provide insight as to whether or not your Quality Management System (QMS) conforms to ISO 9001. Even if you do not think you have a QMS or know what a QMS is, this QMS Assessment will at least provide you with some insight with what you have in comparison to what the ISO standard requires.