Quality Management System Realization

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A Quality Management System Realization (QMS) is an effective and efficient tool.
It should be the basis for the continual improvement of
any organisation’s performance.

Quality Management System Realization

Implementing a Quality Management System (QMS) is important, although it takes data, a methodological approach and the ability to engage people into consideration.

At A1QMS, we’ve been helping organisations for over 25 years to achieve quality and operational excellence.  We have experience implementing and consulting with organisations of all sizes. Therefore, we can offer an expert perspective on successfully implementing a new quality management system. 

Why is QMS important?

A fully operational Quality Management System Realization will help any organization to meet and demonstrate that it has achieved such goals like

  1. Consistently meeting customer requirements
  2. Consistently managing internal requirements
  3. Consistently managing external requirements

What does a QMS require?

A quality management system requires a number of essential elements. For example

  1. A framework and tool for communication.
  2. A quality policy and quality objectives.
  3. A quality manual including scope, justifications for any exclusion, documented procedures and process interaction descriptions. This will specify how a QMS will be observed and emphasize the company’s commitments to both continuous improvement and quality.
  4. A little documented procedures required by the compliance standard.
  5. Some documents needed to ensure the effective operation, planning and control of company processes.
  6. Accounts such as evidence of conformity to requirements and of effective QMS operation will be required by the compliance standard.

Operating in a controlled environment:

Countless organisations deploy a quality management system to demonstrate compliance to regulatory requirements. A QMS provide support for an organisation operating in a controlled environment in in a number of ways: 

  • To ensure compliance standards are met, all company documents should conform to QMS processes.
  • This will ensure conformity in staff behaviour when performing their duties, a uniform data recording method, and consistency in staff training.
  • The keeping of records such as audit findings, data monitoring, non-conformance reports and corrective actions etc., can be used as proof of QMS.
  • A QMS can be used to enforce the required approval and disposition of documents and records.
  • It is important that only the most up-to-date version of documents are available to company users. To be compliant, documents should have unique identity and version control when subjected to change.
  • The signatures of authors and approvers of the document may be required.
  • A summary of document history showing changes and dates of revision may be required.

Hence, to ensure that all records are both traceable and retrievable, it is advisable that records must be managed and controlled in a similar manner to documents. It is logical to assign them unique identifiers, which will be supplied by an electronic QMS tool.

What next?

To find out how A1QMS can help your business with implementing a Quality Management System, Reach us through our contact information.

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Email: pedro@a1qms.com

Phone: 0782 4390 336

Landline: +442088703925


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