ISO 9000:2000 Internal Audits . Rene’ Jones October 7, 2003. Overview: ISO 9000:2000 Internal Audit. ISO Audit Requirements Getting Started Steps to an effective audit Planning Execution Follow up Cessna’s Approach. ISO 9000 Audit Requirements . Internal audits are required (4.17)
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Internal audits are required (4.17)
An ISO 9000:2000 internal audit is a method for verifying the efficiency and performance of an organizations quality system. It ensures that the quality system meets or exceeds the required standard for certification by the chosen registrar.
Wavesolder Process 3/3.0
Component and Board Handling 3/3.2
Are components labeled and stored properly? ________
Are operators following proper board handling procedures? ______
Safety Procedures 3/3.6
Are operators wearing appropriate safety equipment? ________
Is the area clean and obstacle free? ____________
Interview two operators
What is the procedure for loading a board into the machine?
How far apart should the boards be in the machine
When is it necessary to wear safety glasses?
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