ISO 9001:2000 for Small Businesses
Review of previous edition:
"This will be of particular importance to companies that act as suppliers to larger multinational organisations, whose original specifications may not translate readily into local practice".
Small and medium-sized companies face many challenges today; not least that their larger institutional and multinational customers make demands that are difficult to meet for an organisation with limited resources. One such demand is ISO 9000 compliance.
Fully revised and updated, ISO 9001: 2000 for Small Businesses explains the new requirements of ISO 9001: 2000 and helps businesses draw up a quality plan that will allow them to meet the challenges of the market place.
For engineers and managers in small and medium sized companies, and also in service industries and user groups, the text will serve as a essential guide to the most important new developments in quality assurance.
Includes a full description of ISO 9001: 2000.More information on quality control and quality assurance.Includes a sample quality manual and guidance on self-certification, including ISO 9001: 2000 Audit Checklists.
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Part One The Background to ISO 9000
Part Three The Importance of Quality Control and Quality Assurance
Part Four Quality Management System
Part Five Quality Organisational Structure
Part Six Example Quality Manual
Part Seven Selfassessment
Annex 7D Example stage audit checklists
Abbreviations and acronyms
2000 Explanations and likely documentation
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