«ISO 9001: 2000 Quality Management System Design»
Jay J. Schlickman | ISBN 1580535267 | Artech House Publishers (January 2003) | PDF | 1.05 Mb
Text describes the design rules required to document, implement, and demonstrate quality management system effectiveness in compliance with the latest version of the ISO 9000 International Standard.
From Back Cover:
An effective ISO 9001:2000 quality management system, driven by a fully compliant quality manual, is key in meeting ISO 9000 quality standards and a must for obtaining ISO certification. Written by an RAB-certified quality management systems lead auditor, with 40 years of industrial experience - who has a 10-year track record in the consultation and auditing support of over 100 ISO-certified organizations-this book provides the design principles and techniques for implementing an effective quality management system.
The book describes the design rules required to document, implement and demonstrate quality management system effectiveness in compliance with the latest version of the ISO 9000 International Standard. This systematic and engineering approach simplifies the many complexities in maintaining compliance with ISO standards. This hands on guide is packed with tips and insights the author has garnered form personally designing quality management systems that integrate organizational strategy with quality management. Moreover, the book helps professionals create meaningful documentation and a user friendly, informative quality manual that together form the core of an effective and responsive quality management system.
About the Author:
Jay J. Schlickman is an RAB certified quality management systems lead auditor; an RAB qualified ISO 9001:2000 auditor; a certified Canadian medical devices conformity assessment system auditor; and quality management systems consultant based in Lexington MA. He received his B.S. and M.S. in physics from Northeastern University. He is a Life Member of the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a member of the American Physical Society (APS), and a member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ).