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'Think Lean' When Developing Management System Documentation
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For a variety of reasons, organizations choose to develop, implement and maintain a management system that conforms to the requirements of one or more management system standards. Typically the ISO9001:2008 standard. Once an organization has made the decision to implement a management system, the question of how best to develop and implement the system must be addressed to ensure it does not place an undue burden on an organization.
The purpose of this white paper is to describe an efficient and effective process for either preparing the required documentation or revising the existing documentation, to better meet the needs of the organization. Quite simply, an overly documented system places a greater administrative burden on the organization. This can lead to:
Lack of acceptance
Wasted time and resources
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TUV Rheinland, TUV Rheinland:White Paper, 'Think Lean' When Developing Management System Documentation, Document Management
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