Everyone wants to buy good quality goods and services for a realistic value. The more they succeed in meeting these goals, the more they will be seen as providing value in the form of good quality services and products – and will profit accordingly. To optimise these goals, they need to be as good at them as possible.
With detailed and complex supply patterns, this becomes even more necessary. Products made by one company are components of another’s offering to a third which make up the sub-components of others again – until the final product (maybe an aircraft, a satellite or a vehicle) is completed.
There are many instances where we all face the uncertainty and the disruption of failure. In our personal histories it might be at exams or driving tests, or on a date, or in front of friends – all leaving us with the embarrassment and frustration at both not attaining our desires while also making fools of ourselves.
The rise of use of automated systems within the manufacturing sector, and beyond, encompasses robots, automated design systems, automated quality check systems, finance systems, analysis systems, automated testing systems, training systems, automated control systems and personnel update systems among others.
In September 2018, the IATF 16949 Quality Management System will replace ISO/ TS 16949. Many companies are currently working through the transition and bringing their processes in line with the new requirements. What differentiates IATF 16949?
As a specialist in supporting UK businesses through audits, implementation and ISO certification, Qualitation is aware that some companies are concerned about how Brexit will impact on ISO standards. To put minds at rest, we want to share information presented by the British Standards Institute (BSI).
The companies which have monitored their water and energy use and assessed waste management processes have identified improved efficiency and reductions in spending. As soon as it becomes profitable to go green, the idea spreads.
Activating the Maintenance Role in raising the Efficiency of Government Spending My Presentation at the Omaintec 2016 was a great success and the experience for me was amazing. It was so great to be part of such a large and successful Expo and very much looking forward to speaking at the 2017 Expo in…
How to get ready for GDPR? Information regarding the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) have been widely publicised in recent months. It applies to all businesses and whilst already in force, from May 2018 any non-compliant companies can be fined. If you’ve yet to explore how GDPR impacts on your operations, it’s time to take action.…