Documentation in ISO Standards

Nov 5 – 6, 2018 Detroit, MI

This course will cover:

  • Achieving control and confidence – the basis for all quality management systems.
  • The evolution of ISO 9001:2015 / ISO 14001:2015 and others – A change in emphasis and the need for documentation.
  • Placing your emphasis on results rather than the traditional emphasis on documentation.
  • Providing value added tools (documentation and alternatives to documentation) for managers and top management.
  • Documents and records – the critical distinction.
  • Providing control and evidence – documentation and other methods that can be used to achieve results and provide evidence.
  • The process approach – links to reduced documentation - a critical methodology.
  • Creating lean documentation – what your organization needs for control and evidence.
  • Strategies for implementing a reduced emphasis on documentation within your organization. What happens when you remove the document crutch.
  • Reduced documentation - risks and rewards.

Course Details

• 2 Days

• 1.6 CTUs

• $895