Have you ever taken a trip to a new place never before visited without a map? Probably not. The map provided not only a starting point, but a direction, important connections during the way, and the final destination. Without the map, there is a good chance you would not have arrived at your destination.
The same rings true for a gap analysis for the quality management system. Without an initial starting point and a summary of the discrepancies in the quality management system, there may exist a flaw or several flaws that can affect the effectiveness of the system and ultimately your certification. The gap analysis, once completed, will give you a map of where the system is deficient and provide a basic map of what needs to be addressed.
In addition to an assessment of the current ISO standard, the gap analysis will consider the effects of additional quality and regulatory compliance that can affect the products and services you manufacture.
Working with IMEC
To assist companies, IMEC reviews all available Level 1 & Level 2 documentation (Quality Manual and Procedures) to determine compliance to the requirements of the appropriate standard. In addition, we work with key management and staff of all functional areas to determine the degree to which a Quality Management System has been implemented.
Based on a company’s size, as well as the number and complexity of its processes, a gap analysis can require:
ISO 50001 QMS Energy Management 2 – 3 days
I cannot say enough about the team at IMEC and how they have truly expanded our future at Lindy. We would not be in the renewed shape we are in without their knowledge, direction, and networking.
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