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From: Nadine Underwood
Sent: 04 April 2003 08:55
Subject: RE: ISO9001 recognition/QA procedures
Thank you for the responses regarding ISO9001/QA procedures.
I take on board the reasoning behind the paper trails - but the idea of
having reams of paper to store in the office fills me with horror. Has
anyone tried to implement a QA procedure where everything is reviewed
electronically? Are there any pitfalls for this procedure? Are there any
advantages to be gained?
I would welcome any comments/thoughts/experience.
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