ISO 9001 for Owners, Executives, and Managers

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Start Date: November 04, 2022

End Date: November 04, 2022

Start Time: 09:00 am

End Time: 04:00 pm

Location: Best Western, 13500 S Willow Street, Manchester, 03301, NH, United States

ISO 9001 for Owners, Executives, and Managers

November 4, 2022
9:00am – 4:00pm
Best Western
13500 S Willow Street, Manchester, NH

Top Management is the backbone of any organization. They control budgets, plan and execute projects, and are responsible overall company performance. But with all this responsibility, they often don’t have the skills or time to eliminate inefficiencies in their quality management systems (QMS). Some struggle to even understand why certain activities or tasks are being performed but are hesitant to make changes out of concern that those modifications may lead to non-conformances. Many organizations find their QMS to be burdensome and inefficient and want to make changes, and we are here to help.

This course will help business owners and top management make their quality management improve their quality management systems by:

  • Understanding how to meet ISO 9001:2015 requirements efficiently and effectively.
  • Learning how to eliminate unnecessary documentation. (If your organization’s ISO binder collects dust in between audits, this course is for you.)
  • Discussing QMS struggles with and learning best practices.
  • Exploring how to eliminate specific “ISO” steps in your process.


Who Should Attend:

Business owners, executives, managers with the authority to make changes to the organization’s QMS.

Register Online

For more information, call Jill Duddy at (603) 226-3200 or jilliand@nhmep.org

 

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