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IBS America Inc.'s parent German company, IBS AG, recently described details of their joint visit to the Ludwigsfelde plant on August 10th, 2011.
Compliance is an integral part of the day-to-day operations of an organization: so how do you maintain a consistent "Culture of Compliance" at your company? If any of the following scenarios applies to your organizations' day-to-day activities, corrective action software may be a profitable option to consider.
This Friday, August 26th, 2011 marks the last day you can get an Early Bird Discount to User Forum 2011.
True Story: IBS America Inc. has a customer, a major cheese manufacturer, where an individual in one of their California plants used an outdated work instruction and missed two critical steps in cleaning a vat due to outdated document management systems. As a result, there was an outbreak of Listeria which caused a $2.1 million recall: though the exact amount of cheese recalled was unkown, this represents approximately 330,000 pounds of cheese.
Being placed in charge of quality at a new company, or just starting out in the quality field can be daunting. Understanding quality of what the company produces and how it'd produced is now up to you, which can also be overwhelming: so, where do you start?
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Let’s face it, we continue to live in hard times and probably will for the foreseeable future. With the stock markets still in flux and the economies of many countries still fragile, rough times still lie ahead.
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The IBS User Forum will be taking place this year in Boston on September 27th - 28th, 2011. One of the highlights of this year's event is a keynote speech presented by Harry Moser.
I have been talking about ISO 50001 and the benefits to Quality Managers quite a bit in this space lately.
Compliance should be the ethical core and integral to the day-to-day operations management of an organization. To regard compliance as a project or a target is to foster a lack of acceptance and provide a clear message that we are only doing these things because we are forced to do so.
The two most frequently used models of quality management systems are the Baldridge National Quality Program Criteria for Performance Excellence, and the ISO 9000:2000 family of quality management system standards.
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