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Tayabas City embarks on ISO standardization journey

Schools Division Office of Tayabas City commenced a new and challenging journey.

The dvision conducted an ISO 9001:2015 QMS Requirements Awareness and Documentation Orientation which induced its appetite for change through Engr. Ismael C. Pangilinan, an ISO certification coach. Attended by 45 Division personnel, the training was held in Nawawalang Paraiso in Tayabas City, staff and school leaders on Jan. 10-14, 2018.

Schools Division Superintendent Catherine P. Talavera emphasized that the journey may be steep and ambitious, but a compelling reason – positive change shall drive her to make things easy for Quality Management System (QMS).

Engr. Pangilinan, a.k.a. Coach Bong led the participants to understand the history of ISO standardization, its ISO Family of Standards, the 7 Quality Management Principles, Process Approach, and Risk-Based Thinking.

He comprehensively discussed the ISO clauses 1-10, the QMS requirements. Likewise, he introduced the Implementation Steps, the Roadmap to the aforementioned Certification.

“You have a choice, whether to be ‘just’ ISO compliant, or ‘be’ ISO certified,” Pangilinan said.

The participants partook in the different workshops including SWOT and PESTLE Analysis, VOC-Needs/Expectations Assessment of fulfilment of customer requirements, crafting of process flow, and work instructions, root cause analysis with corrective and preventive actions, and risk analysis.

Likewise, Pangilinan showed and discussed the roles and responsibilities of the Management Committee, Process Teams, Quality Management Reviewer, and Internal Quality Auditors.

He also emphasized the importance of a Quality Policy, uniquely coined that shall spell out the Schools Division of Tayabas City’s identity. He said that in the crafting the Quality Policy, Quality Objectives, and Quality Action plans must be carefully articulated in order to achieve them. He added that the Quality Manual shall be made available to communicate the Division’s policy on access, storage, distribution, archive, changes of documented information and records.

He added that forms, documents, and records must have unique identification codes.

The two-day orientation had been a meaningful one. ASDS Paul M. Navarro and the heads of the units expressed their gratitude to SDS Talavera and to Coach Bong for the time and effort spent for the endeavour.

While the facilitator of the orientation, EPS II Luzviminda E. Saludares in her sharing of insights started by borrowing the thoughts of S. Edwards Deming. She said, “It is not enough that we desire to do our best; more importantly, we must first know what to do, then, we do our best.” (Luzviminda E. Saludares, Eps II Marife R. Lagar, Planning Officer III)

                

 

 

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