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Things to know about implementing an ISO 17025 Quality Management System
General Quality Management
- What is a Quality Management System?
- Continuous Improvement
- Document Control
- Customer Focus & Customer Satisfaction
- Internal Audits
- Finding a Problem’s Root Cause
ISO 17025 Specific
- What is “Risk Planning”?
- Top Management Expanded Role Under ISO 17025
- Measuring Performance According to ISO 17025
- How to Operate Your Organization According to ISO 17025
- Resources Needed Under ISO 17025
- Documentation Requirements for ISO 17025
- Understanding Organizational Context
The Value of ISO 17025
Let ISO 17025 Help Your Business As It Has Countless Others
For over 20 years, the ISO 17025 quality management standard series has been helping companies the world over in countless industries create a common “language” of consistent quality achievement. Not only has this opened up opportunities for each of these organizations to expand their reach, but it has given the world a means for continuously improving their operations. Even against a backdrop of vast economic fluctuation, companies seeking ISO 17025 certification has been growing. (See accompanying table)
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