When it comes to ISO 9001:2015, having your employees on board is vital, but how do you ensure they remain engaged with the prospect of continuous improvement? It may be easier than you think if you adopt some – or all – of the below strategies. [Read more…]
Some businesses collect accolades and accreditations like sweeties and yet others have a handful, whilst others seem to function without any.
Accreditations, certifications and schemes such as ISO can benefit your business. It sends a clear signal to customers and trade partners, providing of course that the ‘signal’ is self-explanatory and valued.
If you are trying to persuade management or have to justify spending money on accreditations such as ISO’s, understanding not only the financial commitment of doing so but the cost saving benefits is essential.
ISO 9001:2015 is the accreditation relating to quality management systems. But it’s not as easy to define this ISO in that spending £100 will bring £1,000 worth of savings.
It is a little more complex than that, but there are cost saving benefits and they come in various guises…
There are many times in any given year that as a business, we can feel the surge of new or fresh starts – and the new financial year is one of them.
New sets of rules and regulations relating data, how you secure, use and access it, are changing. GDPR is something you need to be compliant with, no matter what size of business you are or what industry you occupy.
With an emphasis on relevant interest parties in the background of ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System (QMS), for many clients is poses two important questions that must be answered: who are their interested parties or stakeholders and, once you have this information, what do you do with it.