What are typical records of different documents required by ISO9001?

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osiris

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#1
According to IS9001:2000 , there are something that mentioned in some clauses
What I only know is 5.6.1 Management review uses Management review meeting minutes as a typical record.
The other record formats that I would like to know is:
6.6.2 Education, experience, training and qualification
7.2.2 Customer requirement review
7.3.4 Design and Development review
7.4.1 Results of supplier evaluation
8.2.4 Monitoring and Measurement of product
Thank you for your kind attention
 

D.Scott

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osiris said:
According to IS9001:2000 , there are something that mentioned in some clauses
What I only know is 5.6.1 Management review uses Management review meeting minutes as a typical record.
The other record formats that I would like to know is:
6.6.2 Education, experience, training and qualification
7.2.2 Customer requirement review
7.3.4 Design and Development review
7.4.1 Results of supplier evaluation
8.2.4 Monitoring and Measurement of product
Thank you for your kind attention
First, Welcome to the Cove.

I think I am understanding you would like examples of the different types of records for each of the listed categories.

Education, experience, training and qualifications would be things like the employee training card or other record of the training you gave, any certificates from training or school, certificates of achievement or attendance.

Customer requirements would be evidence of your contract reviews - checklists, quote summaries, change notifications or revision levels on the work order showing changes.

D & D would be print revisions, meeting minutes, prototype documentation, test results.

Supplier evaluation would be audit results, surveys, on time delivery reports, quality logs, - copies of whatever you used to evaluate the customer.

Measurement would be things like test results, inspection results - could be the work orders themselves if the results of inspection/measurement were kept on them.

There are many records to consider and these are only a quick few. Hopefully, they will get you started in the right direction.

Dave
 

al40

Quite Involved in Discussions
#3
I would suggest looking at the following book "ISO9000:2000 explained second edition by Cianfrani, Tsiakals, and West".

It explains ISO 9000:2000 for the novice and breaks down things like record requirements, etc.

Al
 
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