PJR is hosting a series of FREE, educational webinars in the coming weeks and months.
Check out what’s coming up below!
Wednesday, January 16 at 11:00am EST
“What to Expect During Your Stage 1 Audit” – Click to Register!
An overview of what can be expected during the Stage 1 Audit process hosted by PJR QMS Program Manager Joseph Krolikowski.
Wednesday, February 20 at 11:00am EST
“The Interaction of Processes and its Importance to a Successful Audit” – Click to Register!
Many of our clients and auditors have expressed concern that there is no clear cut guidance available on the critical topic of process interaction. This presentation seeks to simplify the concept and make it understandable. If you’ve ever wondered what we really mean when we ask what your processes are, this presentation is for you.
Hosted by PJR QMS Program Manager Joseph Krolikowski.
Wednesday, April 10 at 11:00am EST
“Statutory and Regulatory Requirements – Expectations in an ISO 9001 QMS Audit” – Click to Register!
The 2015 revision to ISO 17021 has brought about a heighted set of expectations pertaining to certification body assessment of statutory and regulatory requirements within all types of audits. This presentation is intended to explain statutory and regulatory requirements in simple/plain language, and to outline what PJR’s expectations for these requirements will be in the context of an audit.
Presented by PJR QMS Program Manager Joseph Krolikowski.
“Knowing that ISO 9001:2015 isn’t supposed to have a final release until fall of this year, I expected the “Preparing for a Successful Transition” webinar to be filled with expectational fluff. I was pleasantly surprised to actually learn a number of different things that will be of some use to me while maintaining my company’s QMS.
The presentation was well laid out and the presenter reflected a sound knowledge of the topic. I have viewed several PJR webinars and I haven’t been disappointed yet. Even considering they are “free”, I have felt cheated by paying for other webinars that fell way short of expectations. Keep up the good work!”
Roger Wahl, Quality Manager
TRICOR Systems Inc.