Tag Archives: Process Approach

Auditing Procedure vs Auditing Process

People audit for lots of different reasons, so there are lots of different types of audit. They vary in size (sometimes the audit takes in virtually all the company’s activities, sometimes just a single procedure); they vary in complexity (sometimes there are lots of standards, specifications, customer requirements and legislation to check on, sometimes not so many); and they vary in focus Continue reading

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ISO 9001 and the process approach

The requirement that processes are identified, defined, understood and measured is (supposedly) a fundamental requirement of ISO 9001. But is it ever really examined? In this article we look at the intent of ISO 9001 and contrast that with how … Continue reading

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