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Old 14th January 2014, 04:12 AM
TPMB4

 
 
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Re: Required Documents/Records in ISO 9001:2015

And with the complete re-numbering of the standard people will need to re-write their Manual to match!!

<I hope that you know I am joking. When i first started in quality one more experienced person told me one of my jobs was to help re-write the QMS. I was then shown the existing 15 page manual and then the work in progress. It was a complete copy of the standard but expanded to something like 67 pages plus a whole shed load of procedures, WI and other documents. I think it was one copied from the internet and was being tweaked to "suit the company". I still have it and use it for inspiration, as in what not to do.

I do wonder what the sample manuals that will come out of it on the internet will look like though. Will this version of the standard force those people who mimic the standard to think and write something right for them? Can a standard do that in the real world??

Last edited by TPMB4; 14th January 2014 at 04:18 AM.
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