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Control of documents

My question is focused on the control of documents. We implement an IMS, but as you are aware, we have common and specific clauses of the ISO standards for example 9001 & 14001 which call for common and specific documents (procedures, records, W.Is,). Now, in terms of document identification, can a specific procedure or record to 14001 or 9001 be called an IMS procedure, and can it bear an IMS code or number? Thank you!

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Carlos Pereira da Cruz Dec 18, 2020

Yes, you can call a specific procedure or form with a designation and code with the IMS included. The only requirement is being able to identify a document or record in a unique way to avoid confusions or doubts.

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ROBERT STEPHEN Dec 21, 2020

Dear Carlos, thank you the feedback. It is helpful

 

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