White Paper: EtQ
Risk Management needs to be a holistic approach for Quality and Compliance Management Systems. When considering Risk Management, many often immediately shift to Risk Assessment.
However, Risk Assessment is only a piece of a broader Risk Management strategy. The core message is that in order to make quality and compliance streamlined and efficient, a company needs to have a level of Risk Management methods in place.
In this white paper on “How to Define and Build a Risk Management Strategy for Quality and Compliance Management Systems,” learn about:
How quality and compliance is necessary, and how it can be a significant investment on an organization
Streamlining the compliance management process while mitigating costs
How risk becoming a way many organizations have sought to help streamline their compliance management systems in an objective and systematic way
First, What is Supplier Quality Management (SQM)? Supplier Quality Management is a confidence in supplier's ability to deliver a good or service that will satisfy the customer's needs. Supplier quality management and performance monitoring are key components of any risk management strategy.Performing risk assessments to identify, quantify and prioritizing risk is the most important factor. This descriptive whitepaper brings you the best practices for implementing a successful risk-based supplier quality management system, and explain the requirements that should be clearly defined in a supplier quality agreement. It addresses questions like: What are the methods to improve supplier quality, increase visibility and connect the supply chain to your Quality Management System? What are the benefits of connecting the supply chain to your Supplier Quality Management System? How to alleviate security concerns associated with it? How can you bring greater visibility into the supplier quality and compliance by implementing a Supplier Quality Management System? How to evaluate Suppliers through Supplier Quality Management Programs? Supplier Quality Management: Risk Assessment,Risk Quantification,Risk Prioritization Download this whitepaper that gives an idea of a comprehensive Supplier Chain Quality Management that fosters the ability to collaborate with the supply chain, improve compliance and keep your data secure in the process.
By: Oniqua Intelligent MRO
Warehouse Inventory management and rationalization helps upstream oil and gas companies keep assets running more productively and safely. Rationalizing maintenance inventory with analytics optimizes warehouse management by optimizing space, resource time, and eliminates the compulsion to overstock. Warehouse Inventory management and rationalization helps upstream oil and gas companies keep assets running more productively and safely. How to effectively rationalize spare parts inventories at the business unit level, across onshore and offshore warehouse facilities for the needs of upstream oil and gas companies? Read this whitepaper on Warehouse Inventory Management to learn how the analytics assisted process helps upstream oil and gas companies to: • Boost offshore warehouse efficiency and safety • Maximize offshore storage space • Achieve high service levels while avoiding inventory build up This whitepaper sees how well-managed spares inventories help oil and gas companies to meet its objectives.
What is Risk Management ?
Risk management is the way of identifying, measuring and dealing with the threats to an organizations capital and earnings. Definition according to ISO 31000 Risk management is the way toward assessing the chance of loss or damage and finding a way to battle the potential Risk.
What is Technology ?
Technology is the use of scientific knowledge for creating tools, processing actions and extracting of materials whether in industry or in our everyday lives. We apply technology in nearly all things that we do in our lives, we use technology at work, in communication, transportation, making food, extracting and securing information, running an organization and many more tasks, pretty much everywhere. Types of technology include information technology, banking technology, medical technology,
What is Manufacturing ?
The process of converting raw materials in to well finished goods that can meet consumer’s expectation is known as Manufacturing. Manufacturing is a process where goods are produced in bulk quantities to meet customer’s requirement. Basically manufacturing is an engineering function where raw materials are converted into products that can be used for some particular purpose.