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The company that I work for has decided to try and get ISO9001 recognition.
As I understand it, there is an ISO requirement to keep track of all review
comments for documentation - so you can prove that a QC procedure is in
place and has been followed. At the minute, most people read what I have
produced on hard copy and mark-up any changes that they would like (mainly
scribbled on the hard copy). More often than not, when these changes have
been put in place the reviewed copy is binned.
Any pointers/experiences to help me would be gratefully received.
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