Written Work Showcase

Below you’ll find a few choice pieces of my written work. Due to the nature of the internet, it is likely that they may be out-of-date, either because the originals have been changed since I wrote them, or the topic may have changed. Because of this I have made notes about when they were released and also when they were last updated.

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QMS Newsletter – November 2019

November NewsletterWhat do I do if I’ve failed my ISO audit?When you fail anything, be it a test or a task, it can be disheartening. The mind starts to catastrophise and worry that the worst will happen – in the case of a failed audit, the removal of your certified status. So if you have failed […]

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What do I do if I’ve failed my ISO audit?

When you fail anything, be it a test or a task, it can be disheartening. The mind can start to worry that the worst will happen – in the case of a failed audit, the removal of your certified status. Although it can be hard to do, try not to panic. There are very few […]

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Management System maintenance: what do businesses need to do?

Ensuring that your Management System is kept up-to-date is one of the most important aspects of complying with ISO Standards, especially as it is part of maintaining your certification to your chosen Standard. It’s not a document that is written once and only ever read occasionally – a Management System is a constantly evolving document […]

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Management System Audits

An audit is a tool used to review a process or function to determine if it is fit for purpose. Audits examine and compare a process against the documented version of it to determine if it still meets its aims and goals. In this way, they are great simulators for change and growth within a […]

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What is the Plan Do Check Act cycle?

The Plan Do Check Act (PDCA) cycle is a management method. Also known as the Deming cycle, or the Shewhart cycle, it involves 4 steps: Plan what you are doing Do what you said you would do Check that you did it right Act on anything that went wrong to avoid errors of the same nature […]