A new issue of DQS Compact
Welcome to another interesting mix of customers stories, information about standards and a look at what is possible in the virtual world of management systems!
Internal audits are a necessary part of any management system, certified or not. And while they may not be everybody's favorite part, there are ways to make them not only effective, but interesting. Don't believe us? Read here what DQS GmbH has to say on this topic.
And while you're having fun reading about TOPS and FLOPS, continue with an article about a truly entertaining customer of DQS Inc.: Choreography by Gail is a two-person casting and artistic service that adds glitter to an auditor's report. Curious? Enjoy!
Do you like sea buckthorn? From our colleagues of DQS Russia comes a brief about their activities in Mongolia that puts this plant front and center, along with the certification of one of their largest hospitals.
For those who know him, look forward to Frank Graichen's take on how to approach RISK in the context of ISO 9001 - and for all others, Frank is everybody's favorite auditor trainer, as well as one of our top experts on this subject. If there are any "effects on uncertainty" still in your mind, he will turn them into opportunities.
Which is what DQS GmbH did, actually, when they decided to "go virtual" with their annual customer event, hosting their first Online Congress and Trade Fair a few weeks ago. It was a grand success and well worth the huge amount of effort that went into it, judging by what attendees said.
We close the issue with a news item confirming the Notification of our MED subsidiary, which will be of interest to anybody looking for CE marking in that field.
The editorial staff and contributors hope you will enjoy this issue.
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Dieter Stadler and the Corporate Marketing Team