Programme for ISO 9001:2000 Certification & Integrated QEHS Management System

J

June Ang - 2005

Hello, i'm new to ISO 9000 and i haven't went through any training on this. I've just successfully helping my company in ISO 14000 certification award.

Now i have to face another challenge of helping my company for converting the ISO 9002 to ISO 9001:2000 certificate as well as the integration of QEHS Management System. I was given 2 months (from now to Jan 2003) to finish the documentation and we will start the implementation on Feb 2003.

Basically, i've read through our existing QMS procedures and ISO 9001:2000 standard requirements. Based on my understanding & discussion with my seniors, i've coming out with some programme to "start" to make things work.

I'm not sure that whether i'm in the right track. Will appreciate if any of you can give some comments on this programme.

Thank you very much.
 

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Randy

Super Moderator
What you should do is get a copy of 2 books available through BSI. They are written specifically about IMS by a great British gentleman, David Smith. David has been involved quite a bit in standards and is one of the authors of BS7750 and BS8800 among others. I can't remember the names of the books, I have my own copies, but they are specifically about IMS (more are coming too) and they are available from BSI as I stated before.
 
J

June Ang - 2005

Thanks!

Thanks, Randy.

Any website available to get the information?

By the way, do you think that "2 months" is reasonable to make all the thing ready?
 

Randy

Super Moderator
Use the website for CEEM to purchase materials like this.

www.ceem.com


As for the answer to your question.....You can do it if the systems are simple, you have nothing else to do, and you don't have any problems. This seems to not be a well thought out position on the part of your management. System integration like this, as well as any system implementation should be addressed as a Project requiring planning and management. You're addressing something that could be interpreted as a Capital investment or improvement, and it should be handled as such. If you need help, CEEM also has a standard for project management that was developed by BSI. It is BS6750 I believe (I may have the number wrong...it's late and I'm tired)
 
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