Re: Identifying procedures that are NOT required by ISO 9001
In Reply to Parent Post by AndyN
R Harris - this issue is often caused by pigeon-holing documents as procedures or work instructions! Sure, the standard refers to some procedures but the rest of documents identified by your org. as necessary can be called whatever you wish! In fact, since the word "procedure" can be limiting to some, why not call the Design and Development document "Product Lifecycle Management
Excellent idea Andy, 10/10 for that
Is tradition and custom the shackles on continuous improvement?