Posts Tagged ‘ISO 9001:2008’

Design Control Principles for Total Quality Control

Design Control Principles for Total Quality Control

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. One of the basic principles of Total Quality Control is to begin the process of quality control at the design concept phase. Utilizing this approach assures clear communication with customers through out the development process and facilitates rapid movement from design to implementation. Product concepts are developed and evaluated against the criteria of meeting the market requirements. Defining the market requirements for the product includes user intended use as well as the regulatory and legal […]

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Cause and Effect – Fish Bone Diagram

Cause and Effect – Fish Bone Diagram

Download now or preview on posterous ISO 9001 Fishbone Diagram.pdf (461 KB) Training your employees to report problems in a timely manner is important.  Once the problem has been identified, a document a clear description of the problem to include the product part number, lot number, quantity, time period, manufacturing operation and other descriptive information so that the non-conforming material can be identified and quarantined.  It is clearly time to conduct a root cause analysis using the Cause and Effect – Fish Bone Diagram. Clearly state the actual non-conforming condition and data as well as including the specification and tolerance range […]

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How to Implement an Effective Training Program

How to Implement an Effective Training Program

Adequate training has to be defined by each company to assure that personnel are qualified and have the necessary skills to conduct their job as required by ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Requirements Standard, Section 6.2 Human Resource. Personnel working within the quality management system require a certain level of competence or training (internal or external) before they can perform tasks properly or safely.  It might be necessary for people to be further qualified or formally certified for some critical tasks within your company. Organizations typically provide general education and training for full time, part-time, and contract personnel, tailored to […]

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ISO Compliance

ISO Compliance

When the expression, “good products and services” is used we normally think about Quality Control or ISO Compliance.  Quality products or services fulfill customer’s expectations.   Customer expectations are typically based on the end use of the product or service.  Control is the process of regulating or directing an activity to verify its conformance to a standard.  If the conformance is not achieved, the necessary corrective actions must be implemented.  Therefore, Quality Control is the regulatory process for those activities which measure a product or service performance, compare that performance with established standards and pursue corrective action regardless of where those […]

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