QUESTION: ISO compliance & archived documents

Subject: QUESTION: ISO compliance & archived documents
From: Ron Sering CDS <ronaldse -at- MANX -dot- CDS -dot- TEK -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 1997 13:24:32 MST

I've perused the TECHWR-L archives and come up empty, but I was wondering how other organizations have handled documenting changes made to manual review copies to comply with ISO 9000 record-keeping requirements.

Do you write all the changes made to manuals on a separate document (and duplicate effort) or do you simply use the marked-up review copies as your record, notewho made the markups, and when (and rent a warehouse to store them)? The latter seems more practical, to me...

- Ron Sering

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