Internal Audit

Greetings Everyone,

I'd like to raise a question.

I've been appointed recently in a firm as a quality coordinator responsible for the ISO 9001:2015,I noticed that operating procedures were established long time a go with no updated version.

Do you suggest that I revise them with the concerned departments and see if any updates are there,or shall we conduct internal audit right away to check procedure validity ?

Waiting for your feedback...

Thank you


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Importance of document revision status NEW
by: Augustine Hove

You should definitely review all procedures for adequacy and effectiveness incase there have been changes since they were 1st commissioned. To set precedence & improve on your document control i strongly suggest you add a document revision number & date for future changes and tracking of changes.

Document updates
by: Richard Billings

Yes, they should be reviewed and updated by the owners, not quality.

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