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Supply Chain Management And The True Cost Of Quality
In today’s highly competitive marketplace, organizations across all industries are searching for ways to increase efficiency and control their costs while providing excellent service to their customer.
Safeguarding Business Continuity
In this whitepaper, you will learn how the clauses of modern management systems can be unlocked to help safeguard your business continuity, throughout the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle.
5 Management Systems Gaps Impacting Business Performance
To achieve sustained success, organisations need to use their management systems as a business tool that focusses on strategic success AND meeting the existing needs of its customers.
Utilizing The Revisions To ISO 19011:2018 To Improve The Effectiveness Of Your Internal Audit Process
Carmine Liuzzi will discuss how organizations can utilize the guidance in ISO 19011:2018 to maximize the benefits from the audit process.
The True Cost of Quality
In today's globalised, hyper-competitive world, business managers are expected to deliver profitable and consistent outcomes while meeting compliance obligations and demanding customer expectations.
Calculating Your True Cost Of Quality
The True Cost of Quality is a model used to evaluate the effectiveness of resource utilisation to produce a product or service, or put simply, how efficiently you can meet your customers' expectations.
Thriving In The New Normal With ISO-Based Management Systems
ISO-based management system to proactively protect your associates, customers, supply chain and provide for sustainability of the organization’s business.
Real-Life Applications Of Risk-Based Thinking In ISO 9001:2015
ISO 9001 is based on the plan-do-check-act (PDCA) management cycle. Organisations consider combining the Risked-based thinking and PDCA
ISO 45001:2018 OHS And Management Systems
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) estimates that 2.3 million people die every year from work related accidents and disease. The rate of workplace related deaths continues to be too high. Organisations need to be able to demonstrate to their customers, workers, regulators and the community that they proactively and systematically manage the health and safety of their workers.