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Old 15th June 2018, 11:37 PM

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Re: ISO9001:2015 Process Interactions

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Amit I don't think this is appropriate at all. Pushing things like control of nc outputs with calibration etc isn't going to work. I agree that some of Crusader's processes are activities and not processes, however.
Andy, sorry for bad explanation in earlier post. This suggestion was based on what we do at our organization. In our organization, Control of NC products, calibration etc. processes are considered as sub-processes and included under one process i.e. Quality control and assurance. This is because quality control & assurance process owner is process owner of this sub-processes as well. I agree control of NC products and calibration are different processes and will need to work differently due to its input-output and interaction with other processes.
If my interpretation is incorrect, please let me know, I am open to learn.

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Old 16th June 2018, 11:22 PM
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Re: ISO9001:2015 Process Interactions

Thanks for the feedback. I will start to redesign the process thing. I really hate ISO 9001:2015. It’s just become cumbersome and a document trap. Or at least my system is. Ha!

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