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Partial  non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?
Partial  non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?
Partial  non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?
Partial  non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?
Partial  non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?
Partial  non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?
Partial  non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?
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Old 24th November 2017, 04:19 PM
QAMTY

 
 
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Question Partial non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?

Hi everybody

What Should I consider for not to apply completely the 7.1.5 clause?
For example, I only produce metalic parts, (my product) and into my system I have procedures to control only measurement devices, I dont sell services.

But in 2015, we have to consider resources to monitoring and measuring products and services.

Additionally in my scope I only state, I produce metalics parts.

So the question is:
Could I not to apply partially 7.1.5 (not having services)? or should I ignore this requirement and not modifying my current documents?

Or should I modify my documents saying that in case of a sudden requirement of services, in that moment I would consider how to monitor and measure that service?

Please explain how can Address this issue.

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Old 25th November 2017, 10:37 AM
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Re: Partial non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?

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Hi everybody

What Should I consider for not to apply completely the 7.1.5 clause?
For example, I only produce metalic parts, (my product) and into my system I have procedures to control only measurement devices, I dont sell services.

But in 2015, we have to consider resources to monitoring and measuring products and services.

Additionally in my scope I only state, I produce metalics parts.

So the question is:
Could I not to apply partially 7.1.5 (not having services)? or should I ignore this requirement and not modifying my current documents?

Or should I modify my documents saying that in case of a sudden requirement of services, in that moment I would consider how to monitor and measure that service?

Please explain how can Address this issue.

Thanks
First - Define services... (This is what the auditors will ask you)

Second - I personally would leave it alone - you never know what the future holds..
Thanks to dsanabria for your informative Post and/or Attachment!
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Old 25th November 2017, 02:33 PM
MVladimir

 
 
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Re: Partial non applicability of ISO 9001 Cl. 7.1.5 (not having services)?

QAMTY
You are absolutelly correct.
If you have not any services at the present time you can partially exclude the 7.1.5 clause on a reasonable basis. Do not forget about justification of your decision. And forget about future activities with respect to service, because you can update your QMS at any time.
Thanks to MVladimir for your informative Post and/or Attachment!
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