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Posted 29 May 2009 - 05:49 AM

Hope you succes with the audit BIss


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Posted 31 May 2009 - 04:27 PM

HI,

Our ISO 9001:2008 version certification audit is scheduled in June 1 st week.

Success Biss :thumbup:
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Posted 03 June 2009 - 10:29 AM

Audit scheduled on 4th & 5 th June... waiting for their audit


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Posted 03 June 2009 - 08:32 PM

Audit scheduled on 4th & 5 th June... waiting for their audit

Good luck Biss, hope you do well.

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 02:42 AM

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Our ISO 9001:2008 version certification audit completed successfully and recommended for certification


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Posted 10 June 2009 - 07:25 AM

Hi All,

Our ISO 9001:2008 version certification audit completed successfully and recommended for certification

Brilliant news Biss, you are now officially our resident ISO 9001:2008 expert. :king:
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Posted 14 July 2009 - 08:34 AM

Hi everyone

In case you haven't already been made aware, ISO 9001:2000 is due to have an update later this year. The new standard ISO 9001:2008 is due to be published in October 2008.

If anyone would like any additional information please feel free to send me a PM.

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Dear viewers,

My company already acquires ISO 22000:2005 since 4 years, our system is excellent and in place, everyone appreciates us, now i am planning to go for ISO 9001:2008, i need expert recommendations for the same, shall i go for that, Is it benefits extra to my organization and in what way.

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Posted 15 July 2009 - 04:39 AM

Dear viewers,

My company already acquires ISO 22000:2005 since 4 years, our system is excellent and in place, everyone appreciates us, now i am planning to go for ISO 9001:2008, i need expert recommendations for the same, shall i go for that, Is it benefits extra to my organization and in what way.

Many thanks in advance.


Dear Abdul Qudoos, AOA.

ISO 22000 and ISO 9001 both have entirely different objectives, directions and scopes. In the scenario of a food industry, objective of ISO 22000 is only "Food Safety" which is one and of course the most important feature of Quality of the Food Product. On the other hand, focus of ISO 9001 is the overall quality of the Food Product. Conformance to ISO 22000 does not cover some other important features of quality such as
  • Customer satisfaction (the most important feature of QMS),
  • Customer communication (on issues other than food safety such as related to delivery, packaging, lead time etc.),
  • Supplier's evaluation & re-evaluation (w.r.t. criteria such as cost, delivery, lead time, production capability etc.)
  • Control over purchasing information,
  • Control over design and development processes (that are not related to food safety.
IMO, you should treat ISO 22000 as a subset of ISO 9001. Also assuming that "our system is excellent and in place, everyone appreciates us" may become a very dangerous situation for you and your company as continual improvement is must for sustainability and progression in the ever-increasing competitive market. Continual improvement in overall quality of your product is the only key to increase your strengths, lessen you weaknesses, open the door of new opportunities and save you from threats.

Not to be mentioned that if you are an export-oriented company, ISO 9001 certification would be an extra star on your shoulder.

What you should do, IMO, is to integrate the additional requirements of ISO 9001 into existing established ISO 22000 compliant FSMS.

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Posted 15 July 2009 - 09:38 PM

Hi All,

Our ISO 9001:2008 version certification audit completed successfully and recommended for certification


Congratulation there :thumbup:

Mine is coming too….may I know what did you modify in the documents from last version? As I have reviewed …seem nothing to change? But our system stills has some issues that still missing since last version to close them off!

Thanks for share

CANCAN


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Posted 16 July 2009 - 07:43 PM

Continual improvement in overall quality of your product is the only key to increase your strengths, lessen you weaknesses, open the door of new opportunities and save you from threats.
Not to be mentioned that if you are an export-oriented company, ISO 9001 certification would be an extra star on your shoulder.


ISO 9001 continual improvement requirements are as an overall business performance not just product quality.

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Posted 17 July 2009 - 05:23 AM

ISO 9001 continual improvement requirements are as an overall business performance not just product quality.

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Dear Tony,

Thanks for correction. :smarty:

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Posted 17 July 2009 - 07:25 AM

Hi Cancan,

we have modified the Quality manual as per the new version requirements


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Posted 25 July 2009 - 11:03 AM

Dear Abdul Qudoos, AOA.

ISO 22000 and ISO 9001 both have entirely different objectives, directions and scopes. In the scenario of a food industry, objective of ISO 22000 is only "Food Safety" which is one and of course the most important feature of Quality of the Food Product. On the other hand, focus of ISO 9001 is the overall quality of the Food Product. Conformance to ISO 22000 does not cover some other important features of quality such as

  • Customer satisfaction (the most important feature of QMS),
  • Customer communication (on issues other than food safety such as related to delivery, packaging, lead time etc.),
  • Supplier's evaluation & re-evaluation (w.r.t. criteria such as cost, delivery, lead time, production capability etc.)
  • Control over purchasing information,
  • Control over design and development processes (that are not related to food safety.
IMO, you should treat ISO 22000 as a subset of ISO 9001. Also assuming that "our system is excellent and in place, everyone appreciates us" may become a very dangerous situation for you and your company as continual improvement is must for sustainability and progression in the ever-increasing competitive market. Continual improvement in overall quality of your product is the only key to increase your strengths, lessen you weaknesses, open the door of new opportunities and save you from threats.

Not to be mentioned that if you are an export-oriented company, ISO 9001 certification would be an extra star on your shoulder.

What you should do, IMO, is to integrate the additional requirements of ISO 9001 into existing established ISO 22000 compliant FSMS.

Regards:

Dear Zeeshan, WAS.

Many thanks for the best answer and time taken to fulfill my request.
I agreed 100% and proceeding towards ISO 9001:2008.
No doubt i will get what ever i want from this forum!
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Posted 30 July 2009 - 02:42 PM

I've not read ISO 9001 since the good old days of the early 2000's. Someone sent me a list of the changes in the 2008 version though and I have to say it was the biggest non-event I have ever seen (For £100 or so).

Any users of the 2000 & 2008 versions feel the same way or did I miss something?

Regards,
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