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Old 29th January 2017, 03:53 PM

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Re: Is Identification of Risks and Opportunities required for QMS Processes?

So, in my opinion, ANYTHING that an organization does which might affect product conformity and/or customer satisfaction, IRRESPECTIVE of where it happens, needs to be (AS FORMAL OR INFORMAL, COMMENSURATE TO THE POTENTIAL IMPACT) assessed for it's intrinsic risks.
Practically useful point of view. I agree with you. But often Organization identifies a number of processes, not directly related with CS and OTD. For example - HR or Financial Management. Shall organization determined risks for this processes? I'm not sure that it is mandatory.

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