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Old 20th March 2015, 04:31 AM
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Re: ISO 9000 Consulting in China - Discussion

hi
why need ISO 9001 copy and paste consultant if ones can find easily in China.

I am a consultant specialized in OHSAS 18001, ISO/IEC 17025, ISO 22000 and API Spec. Q1 or Q2, ISO/TS 29001 and API Spec. 6A and API 6D.

I charge my professional fee based on the manday and customisation works and training involved.
Unlike many copy & Paste consultant or even trainer, they don't know or understand the customer business processes and QA/ QC system , corporate work culture and then it is difficult to customise the QMS within their core biz processes.

It also take time and efforts to develop solid and meaningful QMS system and no point if the boss or co. want the ISO 9001 certificate where many companies can even buy them online or some Certification bodies sell them in China.
Thanks to lawcch for your informative Post and/or Attachment!

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Old 10th July 2016, 01:21 PM
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17025 I am an expert in. By ILAC/IAF definition, 17025 and 9K are different levels, and crossing not allowed.
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Re: What about consulting in ISO/IEC 17025

As an at once ISO/IEC 17025 expert (over 500 assessments) and having been in high end labs in PRC, I can state, that they may benefit from newer technology, but their folks are some of the most professional I have worked with. I state the very same for Mexico BTW. The US is great and I believe we are the best.....but others are pretty dadgum good too!
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Old 10th July 2016, 01:34 PM
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Re: What about consulting in ISO/IEC 17025

I am a 17025 expert, having done over 500 assessments, and was calibration Program Manager for a Signatory Body to ILAC. I know China (PRC) labs well.
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