Any old policy and procedure format saves time by not having to start from scratch, right? Well, not necessarily. Using a weak starting point can hurt employee usability, introduce confusion and user-error, and may not assist in your compliance and control objectives. The result could set your procedures project back further and cost you even more time to fix it later. So, why else should you write policies and procedures? Continue reading How Do You Write Policies and Procedures?
Starting the ISO 9001 Certification Process
Getting ISO 9001:2015 Certification of your Quality Management Systems (QMS) that fulfills the requirements of the ISO Standard can seem like a daunting task, but the ISO 9001 certification process doesn’t have to be. Creating an ISO 9001 quality plan should be done like all projects. Priorities need to be established, responsibilities determined, and milestones set. But what priorities? What are the key milestones? How do you get started? Continue reading Creating ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems