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Supervisor Pn Rozi Bt Kamsi Leader Muhammad Ikram Bin Abd Raof 15DAD10F2017

QUALITY CONTROL

Background ISO 9000 was first published in 1987. It was based on the BS 5750 series of standards from BSI that were proposed to ISO in 1979. However, its history can be traced back some twenty years before that, to the publication of the United States Department of Defense MILQ-9858 standard in 1959. ISO Standard ISO 9000 Field of application

Secretary Nor Fadhilah Bt Arrifin 15DAD10F2034 Treasurer Sahirah Binti Mat Said 15DAD10F2015 Designer

Selection of the appropriate ISO 9000 standard. Quality system requirements for product development, production, delivery and after sales functions. Quality system requirements for production and delivery. Quality system requirements for final inspection and testing. Guidelines for ISO 9000, quality system elements.

Muhammad Shafiq Bin Ahmad Laili 15DAD10F2019

ISO 9001

ISO 9002 ISO 9003 ISO 9004

ISO 9000 SERIES

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Basic concept
Consensus

Step of Quality Audit


i. Consolidate the project execution plan of the organization. ii. iii. Schedule the periodic audits Circulate the plan to all the concerned executives and obtain their feedback. iv. Obtain the approval from the approving authority and release it for implementation.
First Party Audit

Manufacturers, consumer groups, governments and research organizations. Industry-wide Global solutions to satisfy industries and customers worldwide. Voluntary International standardization is market-driven.

ADVANTAGES ISO 9000 Creates a more efficient, effective operation Increases customer satisfaction and retention Enhances marketing

Main Term Involves definition of the technical scope of the future standard. Entered during which countries negotiate the detailed specifications within the standard. The formal approval of the resulting draft International Standard, following which the agreed text is published as an ISO International Standard.

It is an audit of those portions of (the) quality assurance program that are "retained under its direct control and within its organizational structure. Second Party Audit
Second party audit is an audit of another organizational quality program not under the direct control or within the organizational structure of the auditing organization. Third Party Audit

DISADVANTAGES ISO 9000 Expansive Standards require periodic revision. Takes a long time to approve

Quality system registration whose primary responsibility is to assess a quality system for conformance to that standard and issue a certificate of conformance (upon completion of a successful assessment)