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  • support 2:34 am on March 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: DIS, FDIS, , , ISO.org   

    How ISO Develops Quality Standards: 5 Stages Of Development (Video) 

    When we first got notice of this video, we didn’t know if we should laugh– or gasp.  The development of ISO standard is certainly a complicated process and probably worthy of distillation for the masses—but sock puppets, with names?  We couldn’t help but share ISO’s recent video on how world quality standards are developed.  While it’s a tongue and cheek video with actual sock puppets, the host does a very good job of breaking it all down and clearly defines the 5 stages of quality standards development.  Learn (and laugh)…

     

     

    Seriously….here are the 5 stages of development:

     

    1. New Work Item Proposal (NWIP) Stage

    2. The Working Document (WD) Stage

    3. The Committee Draft  (CD) Stage

    4. The Draft International Standard (DIS) Stage

    5. Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) Stage

     

    For a detailed explanation of the various stages, click the image link below to go to ISO’s documentation page:

     

    5 Stages Of Quality Standards Development

     

    For more information on implementing ISO standards, contact info@bizphyx.com.  We promise that sock puppets will not respond to your request for information!

     
    • Nelda 3:14 pm on May 16, 2017 Permalink

      This is a really inneillgett way to answer the question.

  • support 1:00 pm on July 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ISO 9001 DIS Stage, , ISO.org, , Quality Management Systems   

    Public Comments On ISO 9001: 2015, Here’s Your Chance 

    As we recently covered on our social media sites, there’s a new milestone in the ISO 9001:2015 process and you can be a part of history in the making!  ISO 9001: 2015 is now available for PUBLIC comments.

    The standard is currently at the Draft International Standard stage (DIS stage) and by making the standard available for public comment, anyone in the world including those in private industry, academia, consumers and government regulators, have a chance to provide their input on the world’s most implemented quality management standard (QMS).

    It can be difficult to keep up with all of the different stages and acronyms, so ISO.org produced a brief video with ISO Secretary General Rob Steele, to help clarify what the public comment stage really means.

    Watch this video to find out more about the ISO 9001 DIS ballot and contact the ISO member in your country to have your say:

     

     

    For more information on the ISO 9001:2015 revision process and what it may mean to your current QMS, please contact info@bizphyx.com

     
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