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Nicola G
posted 22 February 2001 04:29 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I am looking for help or sources of information on implementing ISO 9001 in the chemicals industry. So far our manufacturing units are registered to ISO 9002, we are now looking to register our R&D centre, which will mean we must cover the Design and development section for the first time. Can any one provide some pointers how this can be done in this sector?

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Hi Nicola,

Why don't you just document what they do in the R&D Team and then see where you do not meet the intent of the Standard. Then it will be easier to see where you need to improve your processes based on 9001.

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