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  1. C 101 SAMPLE SLIDES PART -2

  2. ISO:9001-2008 Awareness Product Code: C101 www.globalmanagergroup.com Price: 190 USD

  3. MESSAGE FROM ISO 9000 • Message in 5 lines • Say what you do • Do what you say • Record what you do • Check the difference • Act on the difference Message in 1 line (1994) Do right thing, first time, every time to Achieve consistent quality Message in 1 line (2008) Continual improvement is the way of life

  4. SCHEMATIC REPRESENTATION OF PROCESS APPROACH Top management process Customers / interested parties outputs Customers / interested parties A B C inputs Realization processes Support processes • Top management processesinclude, for example, planning, allocation of resources, management review, etc. • Realization processesinclude, for example, customer related processes, design and development, product realization, etc. • Support processes include, for example, training, maintenance, etc.

  5. WORKSHOP ON QUANTIFIABLE IMPROVEMENT CRITERIA Identify quantifiable improvement criteria for the processes listed below. (1) Marketing (2) Purchase (3) Production (4) Q.A. (quality assurance/ quality control) (5) R & D ( design) (6) Stores (7) Packing and dispatch (8) Service (9) Hrd (p & a) (10) Engineering (11) Maintenance (12) Mis (computer services) (13) Laboratory (14) Power plant

  6. Application of PDCA at top management level Plan • Establish policy • Define objectives • Plan and provide resources • Define organization structure • Plan development of customer focus Do • Lead by example • Show commitment • Communicate importance of customer throughout organization • Deploy policy throughout organization • Define measurable objectives • Delegate

  7. 1.0 Purpose : Give statement of the specific purpose of the procedure to know why this procedure is being followed. 2.0 Scope : Mention the department and the area of personnel where the procedure applies. 3.0 Responsibility : Write down responsibility for different level of persons for different activities mention in this procedure. 4.0 Description of activities : This section should contain details of the activities step by step with sub title of paragraphs and the action to be taken. They contain how the actions will be taken. 5.0 Reference : Give reference of internal and external documents used in procedure 6.0 Enclosures : List out any tables or flowcharts enclosed with the procedure as a part of procedure. 7.0 Formats / Exhibits : List out them in proper manner.

  8. STEPS FOR INSTALLATION OF ISO : 9001-2008 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM • Conduct awareness program (top + middle + bottom level). • Form a steering committee and task force for documentation • Identify and define process approach • Define quality policy and establish quality objectives • Prepare documents of quality system. • Implementation & train all personnel in the use of procedures & formats. • Train internal auditors. • Assess the system through first internal audit. • Take corrective actions for non-conformities. • Apply for certification. • Assess the system through second round of internal audit. • Avail pre-certification audit of certifying body.(Optional) • Take actions on suggestions given by them. • Maintain & improve the system by third round of internal audit. • Final audit by certifying body.

  9. ISO : 9001 IS NOT FOR THOSE • Who hate documentation • Who resist assessment / audit • Who hang on to their own ways of working • Who has built strong walls / compartments • Who identify a “problem” in every “solution” • Who treat temporary solution as “permanent one” • Whom “who is wrong” is more important than “what is wrong” • Whom “results” are more important than “processes” • Whom “team work” means “yes” master

  10. Challenges Result orientation to any management system is the key to its long-term success. www.Globalmanagergroup.com