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ISO9001 2015 Infrastructure Control Procedure Template Word


The ISO9001 2015 Infrastructure Control Procedure Template Word is a comprehensive document that outlines the procedures and processes required to manage and control infrastructure within an organization. This template is designed to help organizations comply with the ISO9001 2015 standard, which requires them to establish and maintain a system for managing infrastructure.

The template includes a detailed description of the infrastructure control process, including the identification of infrastructure requirements, the selection of appropriate infrastructure, the installation and maintenance of infrastructure, and the monitoring and review of infrastructure performance. It also includes templates for documenting infrastructure control procedures, including forms for recording infrastructure requirements, selecting infrastructure, and monitoring infrastructure performance.

The ISO9001 2015 Infrastructure Control Procedure Template Word is easy to use and can be customized to meet the specific needs of your organization. It is designed to be used by organizations of all sizes and in all industries, and can be used to establish a robust infrastructure control system that meets the requirements of the ISO9001 2015 standard.

By using the ISO9001 2015 Infrastructure Control Procedure Template Word, your organization can ensure that its infrastructure is managed and controlled in a systematic and effective manner, which can help to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance customer satisfaction. It can also help your organization to comply with regulatory requirements and demonstrate its commitment to quality management.

ISO Infrastructure Control Procedure

The ISO Infrastructure Control Procedure (20 pages, 2100 words) describes the actions taken for proper acquisition, installation, handling, tracking, and disposal of infrastructure and environment, in conformance ISO 9001:2015, to meet defined requirements for:

  • buildings and associated utilities;
  • equipment including hardware and software;
  • transportation resources;
  • information and communication technology; and
  • human and physical factors (social, psychological, physical).

ISO Infrastructure Control Responsibilities

The Infrastructure Asset Manager is responsible for tracking infrastructure assets through their acquisition, distribution, use, and disposal and for ensuring that all infrastructure assets conform to standards.

Top Management is responsible for approving acquisition or disposal of infrastructure assets, reviewing plans with the infrastructure Asset Manager on a regular basis to ensure its continued conformance.

The Tech Support Manager is responsible for logging, testing, accepting, installing, maintaining, and preparing for disposal of infrastructure assets. Tech Support is responsible for ordering and receiving software. Tech Support is also responsible for updating the infrastructure Asset Inventory when any changes to infrastructure assets have been made.

Department Managers are responsible and accountable for furniture, equipment, machinery, and other capital assets in their departments and will maintain control over capital assets.

The Accounting Manager will assist and evaluate any department’s capital asset control procedures.

The Purchasing Manager is responsible for ordering physical infrastructure assets.

Shipping/Receiving is responsible for receiving, distribution, and final disposal of infrastructure assets.

Financial Management is responsible for approving acquisition or disposal of infrastructure assets when their value is $5000 or greater. Finance is also responsible for ensuring corresponding updates to the appropriate financial documents.

ISO Infrastructure Control Definitions

Infrastructure Asset – Any computer, hardware, software, Technology-based Company information, related documentation, licenses, contracts or other agreements, etc. In this context, “asset” and “ infrastructure asset” are understood to be the same.

Nonconforming infrastructure asset – Any infrastructure asset that does not conform to Company requirements; infrastructure assets that don’t work at all or don’t work as expected are “nonconforming.”

ISO Infrastructure Control Activities

  • Infrastructure Planning
  • Infrastructure Acquisition
  • Infrastructure Inspection, Acceptance, & Distribution
  • Infrastructure Disposal
  • Infrastructure Maintenance

ISO Infrastructure Control References

  • ISO 9001:2015, “Quality Management Systems – Requirements”, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Sept., 2015
  • Statutory and Regulatory Requirements
    • Laws & Regulations: Certain businesses (e.g., food processors, medical, chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturers) are required to identify, evaluate, and manage risks (a) to comply with laws and regulations and (b) because their products or processes have the potential to adversely affect worker or consumer health and safety. These organizations are strongly urged to seek the help of qualified and competent legal counsel, as well as certified and experienced health and safety experts.

ISO Infrastructure Control Forms

  • QP0700-1 Asset Requisition/Disposal Form
  • QP0700-2 Asset Acquisition List
  • QP0700-3 Tech Support Receiving Log
  • QP0700-4 Nonconforming Asset Form
  • QP0700-5 Asset Inventory Database
  • QP0700-6 Network Map

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