Building on our new Exemplar Global website, today we launch: MyExemplar My Exemplar has been designed to provide you with quick and easy access to all the things you need to retain your Exemplar Global certification. Access to this site is available only to our customers. On this site you will find a range of … Continue reading Launching: MyExemplar
As part of our company name change to Exemplar Global, we are looking at ways in which we can improve our customer service and the various procedures that support the way we engage with you. Part of this review has been to change the way we send out invoices and better describe what the invoice … Continue reading Important changes to invoicing – please read!
If you are setting a key performance indicator for external training, it’s worth asking how good is good! Formerly with the American Society of Quality (ASQ), Sal Agnello, now Milwaukee based General Manager with (Exemplar Global (RABQSA, iNARTE), joins our regular blog panel which this week looks at the world of corporate training. According to … Continue reading External Training, How Good Is Good?
Future-Audits: Crowdsourcing and Social Collaboration Point The Way Forward. It’s been a learning curve for me of late; reading in more detail about crowdsourcing, social collaboration, social commerce and memes. Now I had been across some of these topics at high level in the past, especially when related to science topics of games-based solutions to … Continue reading Crowdsourcing, The Future of Auditing
NEWS RELEASE: We are pleased to announce that, as of today, RABQSA has changed its name to Exemplar Global. We are excited to announce that our new website is now live at www.exemplarglobal.org, we encourage you to visit the site and have a look for yourself at our new look brand. We have not entered … Continue reading Finally, the wait is over. Introducing Exemplar Global!
Our guest blog contributor this week is Dan T Nelson. Dan is a consultant, trainer, coach and author specializing in quality management as it relates to ISO 9001 and related standards. With a new version of ISO 9001 expected in 2015, for those organizations that currently hold 9001 registration, Dan believes it’s going to be … Continue reading Psst — It’s Your Approach!
Milwaukee, Seoul, Sydney: Any organization, regardless of type or size, is at risk of major disruption resulting from technical failures, natural disasters, human error, or intentional hostile acts. Such incidents can result in such catastrophes as financial failure, permanent loss of business, property damage, human injuries, and even loss of life. ISO 22301:2012 is the … Continue reading RABQSA Launches Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS) Personnel Certification Scheme
Our guest blog contributor this week is Amanda Evans. Amanda has been auditing regulatory requirements and certification standards for the past 18 years. According to Amanda, auditing certification standards have been long recognised as a male dominated profession, but she believes this is changing. Currently 27% of auditors registered with RABQSA are female, but do … Continue reading Women In Auditing
Kerry Palejs, General Manager of Global Operations at RABQSA International, asks the hard questions about quality Down Under. Do you often think that standards are slipping? That pride in workmanship seems to be a thing of the past? Even the little things in our day to day life often just aren’t up to scratch these … Continue reading Why Near Enough Is NOT Good Enough
Maybe it’s just me but have you ever wondered how really bad drivers make it through life and how they act outside their vehicle? Makes you think doesn’t it… I was watching a driver in front of me last night and their road skills were highly questionable to say the very least. I mean really … Continue reading Are Good Drivers More Competent At Their Work?