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Management Review HELP

Discussion in 'ISO 9001:2015 - Quality Management Systems' started by KyleG, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. KyleG

    KyleG Member

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    Hey guys i know this has been talked about previously but i want to bring it up again.
    So far my company (we're a ceramic coating applicator and firearm distributor) has never had a management review involving ISO.
    my question is where do i start? what are topics to bring up and discuss? we havent assigned any part of the developing QMS to anyone yet. Should this initial meeting be what can be expected from people?
    I have never conducted a management review so any assistance is GREATLY appreciated.
     
  2. yodon

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    Do you have a copy of the standard? The inputs and outputs are quite explicitly stated.

    No need to have a management review until you have a functioning QMS (recognize that one of the inputs is internal audit).
     
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    Andy Nichols Moderator Staff Member

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    As Yodon correctly states, Kyle, you can't have management review something which doesn't exist. ISO 9001 isn't a list of things to do and you're at 9.3 and want to get it checked off the list. A management system has to be created and implemented, with management review being almost the last thing you do.
     
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    Hi guys,

    the Management review is actually the second to last thing on my plan before our stage 1 audit.

    however i do a "management update" monthly (30mins -1hr) to basically update the team on the progress of the certification journey and to gain consensus and approval for actions where necessary.

    hope this helps a bit.

    Suriaya
     
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    Golfman25 Well-Known Member

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    What type of meetings or events to you have to run your day to day, week to week and month to month business? What you'll want to do is incorporate management review into those as opposed to a separate management review meeting. A lot of companies have a monthly or quarterly planning/monitoring meeting where they watch the implementation of their business plan. That would be a good spot for mgmt. review stuff.
     
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    Andy Nichols Moderator Staff Member

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    This wouldn't be used as "management review" would it?
     
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    no, this is a monthly update until we do our first Management Review.
     
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    I misused management review, i guess management update would be a better term
    Ill do this thank you
     
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    Some guidance from ISO/TS 9002:2016 in conducting management review:
    • review at "planned intervals" could be daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually;
    • reviews can be carried out by various levels of the organization;
    • it is not required that all inputs are covered every review;
    • can be conducted as a standalone activity or in combination with other activities (e.g. meetings, reporting);
    • can be scheduled to coincide with strategic planning, business planning, annual meetings, operational meetings to add value and to avoid redundant meetings.
     
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