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Weekly Cup of Joe #21 – References on Obsolete QMS Documents
Company policies should include and cover managing, identifying and updating all the documents that contain references to obsolete versions or documents.
ISO Audit and the Company Image
If the company is not aware of its context, then that could lead to some real pitfalls since that means there is no real picture.
Weekly Cup of Joe #19 –Projects in Wrong Place and Time
Project requirements are one of the first things that have to be determined when starting a new project. Sometimes it might be quite challenging.
Why is it Important to Select Your Suppliers Carefully
Select suppliers very carefully because the materials, parts and or services provided by them have significant impact on the product quality.
Weekly Cup of Joe #17 –Don’t Buy Pig in a Poke!
Obtaining approval from a group of people for a project plan, a proposal or any required document is not something that should be done on an ad-hoc basis.
Weekly Cup of Joe #16 – Document Search Requirements in the QMS
Chasing document traceability can be a really tangled mess. A poorly designed Document Control software can cause confusion and generate a lot of extra work
Weekly Cup of Joe #15 – Quality Manual or Company Processes / Chicken or The Egg
This question is a classic for a reason. Change anything in the Processes and your Quality Manual should be updated and vice versa.
Weekly Cup of Joe #14 – QMS Documentation
Properly structured documentation will make your operations much easier, while incorrect documentation will bring you nothing but trouble.
Weekly Cup of Joe #13 – Strategy for Achieving Quality Objectives
The Quality objectives are in the main focal point of any Quality policy. All the employees in the company should know how to achieve these objectives.
Weekly Cup of Joe #12 –Establishing the Quality Objectives
In QMS it’s better to set accomplishable objectives and exceed the expectations, than to set unreachable objectives and fail to attain the calculation.
Weekly Cup of Joe #11 –The main focus of your QMS
QMS is vital in realizing Quality products customers want. They should listen to their customers... and include customer requirements…
Weekly Cup of Joe #10 – Appropriate training of new employees
When hiring new people for specific job openings, usually we compare their skills and qualifications. Sometimes trainings are required to bridge the gap.
Weekly Cup of Joe #9 – Improper document, wrong results
If you use wrong document or version, the whole effort would be in vain. Document Control softwares prevents users from using an obsolete or wrong document
Weekly Cup of Joe #8 – Ineffective task monitoring
nce a task has been assigned, ignoring it until it is done can lead to unexpected results. What’s in your head is not what’s in employee’s head.
Weekly Cup of Joe #7 - Vague wording
If the requirement is not clear enough the employees make incorrect decisions related to the given task that might end in an unplanned surprise.
Weekly Cup of Joe #6 – Identifying potential hazards
It is easier and cheaper to fix risks at the beginning of planning, rather than during production or worse, once the product is in use.
Weekly Cup of Joe #5 – Incorrect Resource Management
Resource management means monitoring and following the existing resources, balancing between the planned activities and the changing resource requirements.
Weekly Cup of Joe # 4 – Quality Planning
Not planning the work means you are constantly retracing your steps instead of moving from one area to the next, you waste time, make decisions on the fly.
Weekly Cup of Joe #3
Productivity is all about efficiency -- doing more, faster and with less. A good quality management software can help you to get the most out of your day.
Weekly cup of Joe #2 - Documenting Compliance
It is not enough to complete a signed QMS form saying the action was completed, any lack of documentation means that they never happened, signed form or not