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TDS CERT BRNO

The TDS CERT certification body is a standalone, independent, impartial and financially stable company with sufficient resources to run a system of certification. The aim of TDS CERT is to provide quality services in the sphere of management systems certification, thus bringing our clients an arguable added value. 

Articles

The up-to date system need not fear ISO 9001:2015 changes

Effectively prepared management system need not fear ISO 9001 changes, for example also 2015. Correctly processed map of processes, individual processes (for example in the flow-chart form) make possible finding: all needed information, direction of the changes and process of risks analysis.

Visul models will expedite changes

There are many changes and they have to be made into the reality. Now the question is: How to make it happen quickly and cheaply while paying heed to all the contingencies? It indeed is a very demanding process, especially if the change concerns a larger team of workers or if it reaches across several departments. Here there is a need for a tool or a unitary model to tune all in one line.

TDS CERT „knows how to certify ISO with a human face“…

TDS CERT asserts, though, unlike many others, „they know how to certify ISO with a human face“ and they fully stand up to numbers of both domestic and foreign competitors, where the quality of service, on the one hand, needs to be balanced against the price on the other. 

ISO may help harmonize

The last issue of our newletter was, in the fashion of Jiří Střelec, devoted to searching for our own way. Apart from his other activities, Jiří Střelec, too, assists companies in implementing the ISO system which introduces certain standards to production and management of the entire company, and can help improve the internal communication as well. Yet the implementation alone, on the other hand,...

Quality Management Systems ISO 9004:2000 Guidelines for performance improvements

The ISO 9004:2000 standard originated as instructions for the performance improvement of organizations. It comprises generalized rules which - if consistently applied by the management - will deliver improved results and performance of their own company.  

The ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System

The ISO 9001:2000 standard defines the requirements on the quality management system. It is this very standard that directs certifications of quality systems. The fundamental benefit of this standard is its process-orientated approach.  

Creativity as the basis for a successful enterprise

Every consultant will tell you that a successful business of today tends to require creativity or, better still, managers who are able to create and bring in new ideas. Companies that have come to realize this fact are beginning to create environment in which the creativity is supported.

Methods

Process modelling

Process modelling is graphic or perhaps verbal expression of processes, that is, the sequence in which the individual process activities should be implemented, what inputs and outputs the processes need to work properly. The principal objective here is to enhance the efficiency and performance of the processes and the company as a whole. 

Flowcharts

Flowcharts easily make it possible to describe progress of operations, activities, their sequence or even fundamental relations among them. Thus, each process or activity is made transparent and simplified.

References

Quality Management, Safety

The main point of cooperation was implement QMS system according ISO 9001 standard. The cooperation was branched out later into training and documentation creation for occupational health and safety including internal audits realisation.

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Modelling and optimization of process map, proposals to streamline the management and vision and also how to simplify the system.

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„Rather than creating piles of documentation, it is better to draw a single scheme or picture.“ more >>

Jiří Střelec Jiří Střelec

And not just ISO, AS, OHSAS, CMMI  … but other standards, too, want us to describe what we do and how we do it. Most quality people and managers just produce pages of text which pile on the desk. Writing down a sentence is fairly easy. However, the sentence alone does not matter. What matters here is that people understand that sentence and use it in practice. Standards do not tell us how to describe our management system, though. Frankly, times are hasty and people have no time for reading piles of paper. They are bombarded by information from all sides. Besides, reading through a long document, they do not remember what was at the beginning. A picture or a scheme is faster to read and easier to remember. What if the system was created as an interactive model of schemes, pictures and supplementary text. Try to make out how.

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