Quality management systems based on eight basic principles, and these principles had been developed by experts from all the countries participating in the Technical Committee ISO \ TC 176 is responsible for the specifications of quality systems ISO 9000, and the adoption of the senior management of organizations to these principles combined will improve the performance of the organization. It is well known that the specifications of quality management systems ISO 9001:2000 & ISO 9001:2008 is based on these principles, namely:
The first principle:
The client is the focus of attention
The second principle:
The third principle:
Involvement of staff at the facility
The fourth principle:
Methodology of processes
The fifth principle:
Managing with methodology of processes
The sixth principle:
The Seventh principle:
Decision-making based on facts
The Eighth Principle:
Profitable partnership for both parties with suppliers
Phases of application and evaluation of quality management systems
In general, the organization wishing to apply the quality management system should follow these steps:
The international standards ISO 9001:2000 and its updated counterpart ISO 9001:2008 represents general requirements for quality management system suitable for application to any organization of any kind or size or subordination, these specifications represents quality management system for most applications in the world and it is international standards issued by the organization ISO since 1987, It was the latest of several amendments in 2008, and when applied to the organization it can get a certificate confirming the organization's commitment to the standards of this specification.
Steps to qualification, complying with ISO 9001
The steps in the preceding item represents basic steps for rehabilitation with the exception of some details and the following is a summary of these steps:
1. Designation of representative of the administration has the authority to create a system and follow-up and communication with respect to third-party system, and follows this studying the gap complying with ISO 9001 and to issue a gap report and set an operational plan for the treatment gap.
2. Develop and implement a training program for employees and awareness about quality management system complying with ISO 9001.
3. Implementation of executive plan and put all the documents and processing systems organization to conform to the ISO 9001 specification.
4. Conducting an internal audit, and the discovery of non-matches and treated by corrective studied actions.
5. A senior management should make rebounds and planned periodic reviews of the organization and implementation of the Subject system, solving the problems of implementation to be assured senior management to match the organization of the management system and requirements contained in the standard ISO 9001.
6. The organization should select and contract with the point of certification that is recognized and which is in coordination with the management representative of the organization arranging the timing of the audit,
7. The issuer of the certificate checks on the organization and in the case that the audit was positive, organization is granted ISO 9001 certification which is subject to periodic audits by the donor to ensure the continuity of matching the organization with the requirements of international standard.
8. The benefits of getting ISO 9001 certification
- Analysis of all the organization's operations in accordance with the international standard
· Documentation of all procedures and systems of work and record all operating events
· Push-ups training
· Entry new mechanisms of action
· Focus on the customer satisfaction of internal and external
· Always claim compatibility and performance
· International recognition and improve the image of the organization
· Meet the essential criterion in the domestic market and the international
· Mechanism of rehabilitation of the facilities to get ISO 9001 certification