ISO 9001 management responsibility

Any enterprise operating on the basis of modern management principles needs to define its objectives. The broad methodology for achieving these objectives in the form of a corporate policy. As has been seen in earlier chapters, quality is an important element in the success of an enterprise. A corporate policy document should therefore visibly demonstrate top management’s commitment to the […]

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Document and data control ISO 9001

Clause 4.5 of ISO 9001 requires the supplier to establish and maintain documented procedures to control all documents and data pertinent to the quality system. The aim of this clause of the standard is to ensure that only authentic documents and data are used and that these are readily available to the personnel performing various tasks affecting the quality of […]

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The use of a trademark

Use of the mark in relation to goods or services Section (2) says that the mark may be used “upon or in any physical or in any other relation to such goods” which shows that a mark need not necessarily be depicted or represented and separately applied to an existing article. The trademark must be visible at the time of […]

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Corrective and preventive action ISO 9001

Clause 4.14, which serves as the basis for quality improvement, is one of the most important clauses of the ISO 9001 standard. The 1994 revision has made the clause more comprehensive in that. It also covers preventive action, and the effective handling of customer complaints and reports of product nonconformities. Corrective action It will be impracticable for manufacturing enterprises experiencing […]

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1994 versions of ISO 9001, ISO 9002 and ISO 9003

The 1994 versions of the quality assurance standards ISO 9001, ISO 9002 and ISO 9003 specify three sets of quality system requirements. It can be used for external quality assurance purposes. The requirements in these external quality assurance standards are viewed as minimum good-business practices for a supplying company in any industry. The requirements are stated mainly in terms of […]

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The structure of the ISO 9000 standards

The ISO 9000 series of standards consists of two broad categories of standards : core standards and supplementary guidance standards. We have to know about the structure of ISO 9000 standards. Core standards The five core standards are : ISO 9000-1: 1994. Quality management and quality assurance standards – Part 1 : regulations for selection and use. This standard clarifies […]

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One person company registration

The companies act 2013 has given rise to the creation of a new category of companies called “One Person Company“. This is primarily intended to encourage entrepreneurship and facilitate. The formation of small and marginal business firms by giving them the status of a corporate body. One person company registration (a) Application for incorporation of an OPC has to be […]

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