3 tools every Quality Management System (QMS) must have in play
Any organization’s quality systems rely on a many intrinsic elements, but there are some more important than others. If you are looking to implement or improve your current quality assurance practices, start giving some thought to what these fundamentals may be. If you think it all seems too hard, begin with some dedicated thought on the following three essentials. Keep reading, the solution for your organization may be right in front of you.
The importance of developmental validation In Forensic Science
Validation Forensics The need for a scientific element in today’s medicine and criminology is well known, and it is this awareness that has assisted the creators of modern software to develop an understanding of competencies required in the field. The world of forensics invokes a few thoughts in most people’s minds, but without getting too technical, the science of forensics has originated from the principles of repeatable processes and worthiness of evidence.
This one QA secret can change your life
What price would you put on time? Can its worth even be quantified? Sure, there’s the time of external advisors you’ve brought in to offer advice and consultation. A by-the-hour cost to the company is certainly relatable to time, but surprisingly many organizations fail to see time itself as a commodity, or with a significance just as vital as any other product or service.
How to create adequate visibility in your QA Reporting
Quality assurance relies on people, but we in turn depend on it. QA dedicated personnel, and management alike, need to be able to access adequate data, to enable sound business decisions to be made.
What an Audit will tell you about your business
Who do these people think they are, with their expensive suits and cheap shoes, eyeballing your business and its inner most sanctity? It’s true. Auditors do tend to make people tense and resentful, mainly due to the inconvenience, but also due to fear associated with the unknown.
How to take your Incident Management System from paper to online
With the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics making us aware just how many workplace accidents are happening out there, every organization needs to have solid, commonsense procedures, combined with modern accessibility systems to manage incidents correctly. Not only are paper based management systems cumbersome and a truly outdated way of record keeping, they cost more in dollar terms than you may want to know.