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Old 13th January 2018, 09:32 AM
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Let Me Help You Re: ISO 9001 2015 Documentation for Engineering and Design

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Hello Everyone,

Could you help clear out my confusion about where do the different design documents such as sizing arrangements, mathematical calculations, dimensioning, configurations overview concept documents, etc. , fall within the pyramid hierarchy of documents of a QMS (i.e. Policy, Procedures, Instructions, forms, records...).

And how about the knowledge-base? where does this fall under. We have a repository of technical descriptions and guidelines. Are this considered procedures, forms, instructions?

Thanks in advance

Chris
Chris: You are labouring under an old model. ISO 9001 never required such a structure, despite the fact that it became commonly used. Furthermore, this structure ended up CREATING the problem you are wrestling with - trying to pigeon hole documents document classifications totally artificially.

Similarly, unless there's a compelling reason for you to do this, your quality manual should only be like a "quick-start" guide, like you'd get with a new item of electrical equipment (not like the full blown user manual you also get)

I'd avoid creating a monster you'll have to feed from now and for ever...

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