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The Bill of Compliance in Quality Management: The Quality Hub Concept

The Quality Hub

Quality Management, if we've learned anything, is a central factor in any manufacturing organization.  What's most compelling is the evolution over the past decade on our perception of Quality Management.  Once thought to be another siloed system in an organization's infrastructure, Quality Management Systems have evolved into a central point of prominence in defining how products and processes are executed.

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Sneak Preview: Complaint Handling and the Risk-Based QMS - Seminar


Next week (April 24, 2012 at 8:30am ET to be more specific) we will be hosting our 3rd Annual Life Science Seminar in lovely Waltham Woods in Waltham, MA (wicked lovely).  This will be our third year doing this great event, and with each year, we hope to provide a venue to learn and share about the various topics in the Life Science community.  This year we have speakers from EtQ, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, and Celgene Corporation.

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How to Spot a Good Audit Management Software System


It's tax season, which means those brave few procrastinators are waiting till April 15th to get their tax returns in.  While many of you are probably good loyal taxpayers, 1% of all people are audited each year.  The average person dreads that word, "Audit" (unless they misread and think I'm talking about 'Audis').  But for Quality and Safety professionals, audits are an important part of the Quality Management and EHS Management System.

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Can QMS and EHS Provide Visibility into Conflict Mineral Compliance?


While we like to joke around here on the blog, there is no doubt that using Quality Management and Environmental Health and Safety Management systems provide a great deal of value for an organization. In many cases, it revolves around fostering a more efficient and compliant organization. In other cases, it can mean taking a stand on social responsibility.

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