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lynn
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posted 21 June 2001 03:45 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I am currently preparing to organize a quality manual fitting iso 17025 standards. However, I am concerned about proper wording and documentation as far as the quality manual itself is concerned. If anyone could give me some adivice I would greatly appreciate it.
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I don't know that I can be of great help. But my first thought is to check from of the applicable registrar websites. My second thought is to tell you what I do. I write my quality policies with the applicable standards (i.e.: ISO 17025 (formerly Guide 25, etc..) open and in front of me as I write. I take each paragraph or sentence from the standard and do a self-evaluation as I write, and ask myself if I have a particular sentence or requirement in my policy to conform with the standard. Another useful technique (if you haven't written policies to conform with standards, is to organize your policy in similar order to the standard. My final advice is to have some other knowledgeable people review your work (quality manager for your site, or someone with that type background) while you are still in the initial editing and writing stage.

You don't have to write your policy any certain way. You only have to write it so as to conform to the applicable requirements of the standard.

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