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Quality Objectives & Planning to Achieve Them - ISO 9001

Quality Objectives & Planning to Achieve Them - ISO 9001

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ISO 9001:2015 - QMS.6.3- Quality Objectives & Planning to Achieve them Template

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What are Quality Objectives?

Quality Objectives are measurable goals that are consistent with your Quality Policy and need to be established by your company in line with the ISO 9001 standard. You can set and use these objectives to turn the targets stated in your Quality Policy into a measurable plan of action. The Quality Objectives Template is used in conjunction with the Quality Policy Template to set your objectives.

How should I choose my organisations Quality Objectives?

As stated above, refer to your Quality Policy and Quality Management System Planning Procedure when setting your Quality Objectives. See 5.2.1,2 – Quality Policy Template and QMS.6.3 – QMS Planning Procedure for more information.

  • Your objectives should be SMART:
    • Specific– target a specific area for improvement.
    • Measurable– quantify or at least suggest an indicator of progress.
    • Assignable– specify who will do it.
    • Realistic– state what results can realistically be achieved, given available resources.
    • Time-related– specify when the result(s) can be achieved.
  • You should focus on areas that relate to showing ISO 9001 and any other applicable regulatory compliance, such as improving customer satisfaction and issuing employee QMS specific training.

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