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Standards and schemes relating to quality management systems
LRQA provides accredited certification and training services to ISO 13485, the quality management system requirement for manufacturers of medical devices.
LRQA provides certification services to ISO 20000 to help organizations manage their IS process to ensure they are effective and reliable.
LRQA provides accredited ISO 9001:2015 certification, ISO 9001:2015 training including IRCA certified courses, and LRQA ISO 9001 gap analysis services for many of the world’s leading organizations.
TL 9000 was developed in 1998 by QuEST Forum to meet the quality requirements of the telecommunications industry supply chain. TL 9000 is an extension of ISO 9001:2008 and organizations are expected to comply fully with ISO 9001.
Trust is the focus of this year’s World Quality Day, which takes place on Thursday 8 November 2018. It is an opportunity to recognize the role that everyone in an organization plays in building and maintaining trust with stakeholders.
Achieving certification to some of the world’s most widely-recognized international management system standards requires strategic planning, a strong internal team effort, coupled with a close working relationship with an independent and recognized provider of professional assurance services such as Lloyd’s Register.
Over the last month, Lloyd’s Register has visited two yards and one sister company from Damen Shiprepair & Conversion’s (DSC) global network to audit their management systems.
Everyday leadership is the focus of this year’s World Quality Day, which will be celebrated on November 9, 2017. The Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) has put leadership at the core of its Competency Framework and highlights the leadership behaviors that quality professionals undertake in their daily work.
Download the on-demand presentation with Susan discussing how to implement and maintain ISO 13485:2016 in order to help manufacturers ensure a successful transition to the revised standard.
Following an update previously released by UKAS, medical device manufacturers need to transition to the revised version of ISO 13485 by 31 March 2019. Considering that this deadline is fast approaching, medical device manufacturers have to plan and implement their transition. Lloyd’s Register (LR) is delivering a webinar on implementing and maintaining ISO 13485:2016 to help manufacturers ensure a successful implementation.
LRQA's Medical Devices experts recently spoke at The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) Regulatory Convergence. This annual event hosts the global regulatory community and brings together the profession’s best and brightest to learn, grow, lead and share.
Connect with us in Milwaukee at the ASQ World Conference on Quality and Improvement, there will be more than 100 sessions focusing on the 2016 theme—Quality Expanded: In the profession, through the organization, and around the world, ASQ World Conference on Quality.