ISO Certified? No.

Subject: ISO Certified? No.
From: Smokey Lynne L Bare <slbare -at- JUNO -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 1998 13:45:29 -0500

Barry is correct. Though you may have a certificate, just like a high
school certificate of graduation, it is referred to as a diploma.

If you check the ISO Web site, it states very clearly, you are either
Registered or you are compliant (internal audit) for Registration. The
'certificate' refers to the piece of paper stating you are Registered.

Again, as with the case of a nurse, she is a 'Registered' nurse once she
receives her certificate of Registration from her professional examining
board. She is not considered, 'certified'.

I checked with other TC friends in Europe and Australia. It is the same
there as well. The only location it is pronounced different is England -
cer-tif-i-cate-ed. Check the ISO web is the SME for correct

I use the R-n-B Methodology (developed on ISO criteria) every day for
working with compliant process documentation. Barry is correct on this

Smokey Lynne Bare, C.T.C.
Information Architect/Technical Communications Support
Military Systems Group

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