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ISO 10005 Guidelines for Quality Plans

Di Gianluca Gaggioli pubblicato martedì 15 gennaio 2013 in Prodotto pianificazione e progetti |

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The ISO 10005 identifies the international standard for the preparation of the Quality Plans.

The preparation of the Quality Plan aims to collect in a systematic way the list of documents, records of all processes and procedures including associated resources, and also accompanied the assessment of the specific risk that a supplier of goods or services will define the purpose of guaranteeing the customer all the specific aspects defined within the contract.

The Quality Plan in brief, is the explanation. a desired outcome for a specific project / process / service.

The Quality Plan is the means by which we tend to get to manage the various projects, and monitoring of the different needs that each of them has to graduarne charges of commitment.

In it you will have objective evidence of processes and methodologies in use in the organization and their measurement procedures are intended for the achievement of customer satisfaction, and provide further evidence on the systematic application of high Directorate of Quality System management.

But who prepares the Quality Plan?

It is usually prepared by the Project Manager, or one of the leaders of the Quality, affecting all business functions, of course, the Quality Plan shall be prepared after a careful and thorough examination of the data and the basic requirements required in terms of contract by the customer.

The Quality Plan the purpose and scope should be given more explicitly:

“A simple statement of purpose and the expected outcome”

“The aspects of the specific case to which it is applied”

“Conditions for the validity”

A special attention should be given to incoming elements to the Quality Plan Section 5.3 in this process must be verified ‘s make sure that all the activities planned by the Organization are carried out and kept under control, including changes to the Quality Plan or deviations from it to produce a review of the Quality Plan.

This activity can be undertaken through a precise identification of responsibility on the part of management, processes for the determination of the specific case, communication of requirements to all stakeholders, review of Audit, under control of the preventive and corrective actions.

The data also have to follow a predetermined flow and be managed through an ad hoc process:

“Are identified as data”

“Who should be reviewed and approved documents”

“Distribution and supervised Documents”

“How to access the data”

“Preservation of registration”

“Methods of use to the availability of insurance records, methods of providing such information to the customer”

Design and development point 5.11 The Quality Plan shall specify the plan design and development and how they are kept under control design changes (kept under control

requests for changes to the design, review of changes into account their impact, what authority approves the changes and testing methodology of the implementation of them.

The supply point 5.12 must be taken to address the issues of sourcing products that can have a major impact on the quality of the product organization.

Methods for keeping under control and to evaluate and select suppliers for their quality, methods of checking the conformity of the product / service catered to requirements, requirements for Quality Plans of suppliers or other plans and references to them.

Production and service delivery point 5.13 The Quality Plan must give evidence and to include references to: The phases of the processes, procedures and work instructions, tools, techniques and equipment, the controlled conditions required to meet the planned arrangements, the details of any qualification and / or certification of personnel whose needs, methods of compliance with those conditions, codes, or industry practices, last but not least the requirements of section 5.14.

Identification and traceability: Requirements traceability contractual and regulatory requirements must be identified and included in the working documents of this method but it will be covered in more widespread as we deal with the UNI ISO 10007:2006.

L'autore: Gianluca Gaggioli

Gianluca Gaggioli: coniugato, con tre figli tutti nati a breve distanza, non si sa come trovi anche il tempo di "dilettarsi" sulle tematiche di qualità e management. Rail Strategist - Rail Fire Fighting - da oltre quindici anni lavora nel ambito ferroviario e medicale nel ruolo di "Assicurazione Qualità e dei Sistemi per la Gestione della Qualità". Competenze specifiche: Gestione della Qualità Secondo le Normative EN ISO 9001, EN ISO 14001, BS 18001, COCS 30.5/DT Trenitalia, Schemes Entities in Charge of Maintenance (ECM), ISO 31000, SGSL, OT24, MOG, EN ISO 13485, IRIS (International Railway Industry Standard), Six Sigma, Kaizen, Auditor Sistemi Qualità Certificato 19011 1a / 2a Parte (Audit interni e fornitori) e Abilitazione Formatore RSPP ASPP, dal 2008 attività di consulenza aziendale in materia di Sicurezza sul Lavoro; DVR, POS, DUVRI, Progettazione piani per la sicurezza (organizzazione e gestione corsi lavoratori); da Giugno 2011 Editor in Chief di Organizzazione Qualità. .

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