Non applicable clauses in a reseller?

qualprod

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Hello all

What clauses could be declared with no applicability in the next case.
It is a small company, 50 employees, Iso 9001 2008, certified.
Buying and reselling, paper for packing , plastic accessories, steel wire rolls, etc.
Just 5 realization processes, sales, purchasing, delivery and quality, and as support processes: Hr, IT, and top management.
We only buy and immediately send to our customers the products, we dont manufacture anything.
We are declaring as no applicable, 8.3, 8.5.1f .
In this case what else do we have to consider?

Because we don't have production, I was thinking in considering 8.0, but I'm in doubts.
Opinions are welcomed.

Thanks
 

Ninja

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I wouldn't declare anything. Just write your "Procedures" according to what you do, and disclaim what you don't do right in those procedures.
Frankly, its just easier that way...

To "make" a product, you buy it and inspect it (Purchasing, QC). That's your manufacturing process. Easy, fast, done.

Why invent fights you don't need to fight?
 

qualprod

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Thanks Ninja
But in order to defend clauses in the scope, I have to declare which is not applicable, it isn't so?
 

dsanabria

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Hello all

What clauses could be declared with no applicability in the next case.
It is a small company, 50 employees, Iso 9001 2008, certified.
Buying and reselling, paper for packing , plastic accessories, steel wire rolls, etc.
Just 5 realization processes, sales, purchasing, delivery and quality, and as support processes: Hr, IT, and top management.
We only buy and immediately send to our customers the products, we dont manufacture anything.
We are declaring as no applicable, 8.3, 8.5.1f .
In this case what else do we have to consider?

Because we don't have production, I was thinking in considering 8.0, but I'm in doubts.
Opinions are welcomed.

Thanks
Yes - you are correct 8.3 Design & Development can become non-applicable - once you can justify why is it that you don't do it...
 

qualprod

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Sanabria
I have been thinking into this issue.
Ok I may declare non applicable 8.3 for the side of products, but what about services.
Could fit services in these activities?
In your opinion, what are services? In the ISO point of view?

Thanks
 
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