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Free White Paper on ISO 9001:2015 and its Implications for Weighing
What's new in ISO 9001:2015 and when should the changes be implemented? The revision has significant impact on weighing processes. Learn how to comply with the risk-based approach in a new white paper available in May as part of METTLER TOLEDO’s annual e-Calendar.
Silk, a natural protein fiber produced by the mulberry silkworm, is known for its beauty. It used to be considered such a luxury that its production was kept secret in China for nearly 3,000 years. Today, production processes are more transparent in order to create consistency for customers. One popular regulation for helping to ensure this transparency and consistency is ISO 9001, the world’s most commonly-used quality-management standard.
ISO 9001 ensures that products and services meet customer requirements. However, ISO-certified companies must undergo recertification to be ready for a September 2018 deadline for compliance with revisions. In spite of the 3-year transition period that started 31 Dec 2015, there are still organizations that have yet to implement the new guidance.
METTLER TOLEDO's new white paper "ISO 9001:2015 and Weighing" highlights the changes in the revised standard with regards to weighing processes and describes important milestones companies must meet to comply by the September deadline. Recommendations should also help manufacturers in all sectors improve productivity and ensure customer satisfaction.
The paper goes on to describe METTLER TOLEDO’s Good Weighing Practice™, a science-based weighing standard that can help ease the way for implementing a risk-based quality management system. Download the white paper by registering here and discover how to improve quality while making sure your organization meets the September deadline.
Date Published: 1st May 2018
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