QMS Requirements

Both conceptually and in the practical application of the audit we must know to differentiate between the scope of ISO 9001: 2008 standard and the scope of the certification of our system of management of quality (QMS) is say, should not be confused with the scope of the QMS, which is a term that is commonly used to describe processes, products (and/or services) and sites, departments, divisions, etc. for which the Organization implemented a formal QMS. ssessing future choices. (Note: this does not necessarily include all processes, products, sites, departments or divisions, organization etc.) The scope of the QMS should be based on the nature of the organisation’s products and processes, the outcome of the risk assessment, for commercial and contractual considerations, and legal and regulatory requirements. Although ISO 9001: 2008 is generic and applies to all organizations (regardless of its type, size or product category), in some circumstances some organizations can exclude the fulfillment of some specific requirements of clause 7, but you are allowed to declare conformity with the norm. This is because it is recognized that not all the requirements of this clause of the standard are relevant to all organizations. ISO 9001: 2008 by itself allows such situations, through clause 1.2 application. Consequently, the scope of certification includes the scope of the QMS and describes the requirements of ISO 9001 have been excluded. Given that the terms scope of the QMS and scope of certification frequently exchanged, this may cause confusion when a client or an end-user tries to identify the parts of the organization that have been certified against ISO 9001, product lines or processes covered by the GSC or the requirements of ISO 9001 which have been excluidosDescargar full article original author and source of the article.