Medwing has established, maintains, and ensures the effectiveness of a documented quality management system designed and implemented to fulfill the requirements of standards and regulations described references. Medwing maintains the effectiveness of the quality management system through a range of activities such as internal audits, management review, corrective and preventive actions and external assessments.
Planning for quality is a co-operative effort amongst all of Medwing departments. All personnel who manage, perform, and verify work affecting quality are responsible for identifying the processes needed for the quality management system and for implementing the system throughout the organization. There is a written procedure detailing the interaction between the processes of the quality management system. Management determines the sequence and interaction of processes required to ensure that customer needs are met and all government regulations and quality requirements are effectively maintained and continuously improved.
Designation of key quality indicators and methods of verification for purchased products as well as the operation and control of quality management system processes are established to ensure effectiveness.
Resource allocation is primarily the responsibility of Management with Executive Responsibility (MER), which ensures the availability of resources and information necessary to support the operation and monitoring of these processes.
The quality system is monitored, measured, and analyzed to identify and implement actions necessary to achieve planned results and maintain the effectiveness of quality management system processes.