New library to help organisations implement ISO 9001
ISO 9001 is a standard that sets out the requirements for a Quality Management System, its aim is to help businesses and organisations be more efficient…
ISO 9001 is a standard that sets out the requirements for a Quality Management System (QMS). Its aim is to help businesses and organisations be more efficient and improve customer satisfaction.
ISO 9001:2015 was released in 2015 and certified organisations must adapt their processes to meet these changes by the September 2018 deadline.
Greater emphasis is being placed on the process approach and risk-based thinking. Continuous improvement can be achieved by implementing the recommended Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle.
But how do these elements relate to weighing?
Weighing has a critical impact on product quality. Quality is directly related to the accuracy of weighing results, and that accuracy is determined through calibration. A company is obliged to ensure that every balance or scale used in the weighing process is accurate enough to achieve the intended results.
To adopt the latest revisions to ISO 9001 for any processes which involve weighing, METTLER TOLEDO can support organisations to make the transition straightforward. Good Weighing Practice, was founded on the risk-based thinking approach. The elements which need to be considered for the PDCA cycle are already defined and fully developed within the Good Weighing Practice (GWP) Recommendation and GWP Verification packages, making it easy to ensure that any weighing processes are ISO 9001 compliant.
These free resources are designed to help users understand the scope of the ISO 9001:2015 changes, explain the implications on weighing processes, and provide guidance and recommendations on how to implement risk-based thinking with respect to weighing.
Organisations can use these resources to ensure they are ISO 9001 compliant by the September 2018 deadline.