Re: ISO 9000 documentation
Does anyone have a guide to doing ISO 9000 documentation?
As far as I know there is no guide for this. ISO does not concern itself with this type of detail.
As far as I am aware, ISO 9000 documentation depends upon your own written procedures and styles.
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