5.4.2 Qms Planning
To evidence that top management is fully supportive and involved in the planning processes for the Quality Management System (QMS) and quality objectives, as required by 4.1 of the QMS requirements.
When changes to the QMS are planned and implemented, top management will ensure that the integrity of the QMS is maintained.
- [enter-your-company-name-here] conducts a Quality Management System (QMS) review meeting, every six (6) months, to discuss and review the performance of the quality system and to review the Corrective Action Required (CAR) log and trends.
- This meeting is attended by top management and representatives from all parts of the organisation and is designed to consider the performance of the management system as a whole.
- Other management meetings and activities focus on the performance and effectiveness of specific areas of the QMS.
- Staff meetings are held (how often) to discuss CAR’s, unreported CAR’s, ideas, suggestions, equipment issues, suppliers, and OH&S issues.
- Meeting minutes are recorded and the resultant action lists are promptly addressed and signed off when closed.
- Whenever the review process determines that changes are necessary to the QMS, top management will ensure and confirm that the integrity of the QMS and all related documentation is maintained when the changes are implemented.
- 5.1.0 Management Commitment
- 5.2.0 Customer Focus
- 5.3.0 Quality Policy
- 5.4.1 Quality Objectives
- 5.5.1 Responsibility and Authority
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