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Old 11th June 2015, 12:55 AM
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Re: Potential Issues for Auditing ISO 9001:2015

I can't disagree with your logic Matti, if it serves no purpose then ditch it.

On the other hand I look at it this way, we have 1 standard used by any type and size of organisation in almost any country. The standard is a compromise so I try to use the manual as an interface between this generic document and a specific application for the particular organisation I am working for. It usually ends up around 8 or 9 pages long so it is low maintenance and is a figure head for the QMS, as well as being somewhere to put the policy and direct people towards the appropriate procedures.
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