Advise on applicability

Howard Atkins

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We are a QS9000 registered injection company, our scope is Design and Production of plastic products and assemblies.
We also build molds for our own use as well as outsourcing. We have never been ISO registered for the building of the molds. We want to expand our scope to the design and building of molds.
Do we have to produce a seperate Manual and Procedures according to TES or can we build the whole company around QS and just change the mold department procedures to fit the TES.
Has anyone any experience

Bryon C Simmons


Do the latter. This is what I did, and it was sufficient for my registrar. Separate manuals can be a document control nightmare, and it is not necessary.

Sorry about the delay in response. My better half had some surgery, andI have been living at the hospital.

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