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Quality management system

 

Benefits

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A quality management system helps organizations of all sizes and from all sectors achieve excellent performance by effectively managing the organization a  while involving all stakeholders. By implementing it, you send a signal to your customers, supply chain and community that you minimize risk, reduce waste and that you care about meeting their expectations and strive to provide your products and services with the highest quality.

 

Increasing customer trust is critical to your profitability and market advantage.

 

But:

  • Increase in productivity

  • Cost reduction (more efficient process management, resource management, minimization of waste...)

  • Detailed analysis of risks and related measures

  • Improving the reputation/image of the organization outside and inside the organization

  • A real increase in competitiveness

  • Realizing your vision and the connections between everything the organization does, setting clear goals and projecting them down to the last task belonging to a specific worker - no redundant and duplicate steps

Automotive

Would you like to become the automotive supplier? Without  IATF 16949  you can't do it. The standard applies to a quality management system throughout the supply chain. We can help with its implementation and training!

Medical devices

We offer detailed knowledge and experience with ISO 13485 and our MDR / ISO Linkage Matrix tool, which unifies the requirements of the European Medical Devices Regulation 2017/745 (MDR) and ISO.

Food industry

ISO 22000 provides security throughout the global food chain and helps products cross borders and bring people food they can trust.

Aviation industry

We have expert knowledge of EN 9100 . We will help you implement the requirements of the standard in production practice or check the existing system. We will be happy to assist you with demanding customer audits.

Public sector

If you are from the public sector, take advantage  The CAF model , which is based on the EFQM tool and respects your specific environment and conditions. We have been dealing with the model since 2004.

Quality in IT

StandardISO 20000-1 is an extension of ISO 9001. It is intended for specific needs in the IT field. We offer the services of a cyber security expert to assist with implementation in accordance with ITIL 4 practices.

We have prepared a presentation for ISO 9001 (awareness, introduction to issues for employees) for you - you can find it HERE for free download.

TIP: It is good to organize an awareness meeting for employees right at the beginning of the implementation process, where you can use a similar presentation that you get at S-cope either yourself or for the introductory training or rather "getting employees for the cause" you can hire an S-cope.

Usually, this information such as "why, what we have to do it and who invented it" is better received from the external student.

If you are considering the introduction of a self-help quality management system, then use the materials we have prepared for this purpose HERE.

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What do ESG and ISO 9001 have in common?

Both concepts focus on increasing stakeholder value and reducing business risks. ESG and ISO 9001 complement and support each other. For example, ESG compliance can help an organization meet some ISO 9001 requirements, such as legal compliance or employee engagement. Conversely, implementing ISO 9001 can help an organization improve its ESG performance by providing a framework for setting goals, monitoring processes, and continuous improvement.

ISO 9001 is related to all areas of ESG. In Social, for example, there is a connection with the safety of products towards customers, in Environmental with the prevention of waste, and in the framework of Governance, it refers to the way in which the organization is managed, including its transparency, responsibility, ethics and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. ISO 9001 helps organizations improve their management practices by requiring:

 

  • setting clear quality goals and policies and communicating them to all stakeholders

  • establishing documented procedures for risk management, error prevention and problem resolution

  • providing an independent audit of the quality management system and its continuous improvement

  • involving management and employees in the quality management process and supporting their competence and motivation

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