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Are specifications documents required for ISO 9001 certification?Yes, they are required. I shall explain this from the perspective of both ISO 9001 - 2008, the old standard and ISO 9001-2015, the new standard since the ISO 9001-2008 still has co-existence with ISO 9001-2015 till the dead line of transition to new standard which is 15 September, 2018.ISO 9001–2008ISO 9001 - 2008 under clause 4.2.1 expects organization to have :a) documented statements of a quality policy and quality objectivesb) a quality manualc) documents and records, required by the international standardd) documents including records, determined by the organization to be necessary to ensure effective planning, operation and control of processes.There are six mandatory procedures required by international standard against following clauses, namely, :4.2.3 Control of Documents4.2.4 Control of Records8.2.2 Internal Audits8.3 Control of Non Conforming Product8.5.1 Corrective Action &8.5.2 Preventive ActionAgainst the above clauses, the statement of requirement “ A documented procedure shall be maintained ” can be seen.The mandatory records required by the international standard can be identified by the statement “ records of….. Shall be maintained ‘ under respective clauses. Also in the brackets, 4.2.4 will be indicated which is the clause number for Control of Records.ISO 9001- 2015In ISO 9001- 2015 both documents and records are integrated together and bought under clause 7.5 documented information, which has sub clauses as follows, namely :7.5.1 General7.5.2 Creating and Updating7.5.3 Control of documented Information.Clause 7.5.1 of ISO 9001-2015 states that “ The organization ‘s quality management system shall include :a) documented information required by the international standardb) documented information determined by the organization as being necessary for the effectiveness of quality management system.The relevant clauses in the standard, where required, also indicate regarding maintaining the documented information.The question also refers to specifications, which, I believe, is pertinent to design and development specifications. Hence please note the following :The mandatory records required under clause 7.3 Design and Development of ISO 9001- 2008 are :Design & Development Input recordsDesign & Development Review recordsDesign & Development Verification recordsDesign & Development Validation records &Record of review of design changes & actionsThe documented information required by the clause 8.3, Design and Development of products and services of ISO 9001- 2015 are those relevant to :Design & Development PlanningDesign & Development InputsDesign & Development ControlsDesign & Development Outputs &Design & Development changes & its reviewsRef. ISO 9001-2008 & ISO 9001-2015 Standards
How would you earn 10k per month illegally (no drugs/killing)?Alrighty! I want $10,000 dollars a month… can’t do it legally… can’t kill… can’t be drugs… hmmm. Ok, I think I got it.Step one: get to a large city. This works better in larger cities.Step two: get duct-tape. Needs to be duct-tape, not just any tape.Step three: Locate and plot a map of all vending machines in the area (avoid police stations and schools). There are typically a couple in hospitals, large office buildings, recreational facilities, etc.Step four: Use the duct-tape to clog up the coin dispensary in the vending machine.Step five: Make sure you have 100- 150 vending machines plotted out… preferably get more.Step six: Go around once per week to every vending machine. Do this on a rolling basis, meaning do 1–30 on day one, then 31–60 on day two, etc.Step seven: sleep. You always need this!Calculations: Assuming 100 vending machines… average of three dollars change per day (there will be losses if someone figures it out… most people won’t even bother if there change doesn’t come out… most people kick the vending machine and walk away in frustration), you will get 100 * 3 * 30 = $9000 per month. Not quite 10K, but this was the low end… get more vending machines and you’ll be golden! Of course, until you get caught… which is the problem of doing things illegally.Personally, I recommend erring on the side of the law. It’s typically a lot less work and you avoid jail time by making your money that way! In no way do I advocate stealing!Also, to supplement your income… and this is a really twisted move… stay in a building, that has one of those charity coin/ money things that you can roll down coins into, after it shuts down for the night. Use a small scooper attached to bicycle spokes to grab bills and coins. Then hide in bath room or somewhere else safe for the night… and walk out with the crowd the next morning:)… also, I advocate for not doing this!
How does one get into North Korea legally?Sign up for a government-sanctioned tour.The easiest way, though not the cheapest: http://www.koryogroup.com/I did it by contacting a Chinese tour company operating out of Dandong (the Chinese city on the NK border). Looks like they have a web site now: http://www.tmbrooklyn.com.cn/As for what exactly the process was: I was in Dalian, China for school at the time and took the train up to Shenyang (the provincial capital) to meet a rep from the company and go to the NK consulate to get my visa. I don't know exactly what signNowwork he had to fill out on my behalf, but from my point of view, I just filled out a form with typical visa-ish information (name, contact info, reason for visiting, previous visits, communicable diseases, etc.) and he handed it along with my passport to someone from the consulate. Then we went and bought my plane ticket from the Air Koryo office in the lobby of a nearby hotel.They did take longer on me than the rest of the group: after a few hours someone from the consulate came out with all the passports for the other members of the group, but not mine. I had to go back on my own the next morning to pick it up, but I arrived at the scheduled time and a pair of consular officials came out and gave it to me, along with a flimsy signNow visa (no passport stamp, drat!) and instructions about who to look for when I landed.Then I took a taxi to the airport and got on the plane to Pyongyang -- a completely normal exit procedure except that I had overstayed my Chinese visa by a day and had to pay a fine, but that's not NK's fault.
How can Canada afford free healthcare for every Canadian?Thanks for your question. First of all, Canada does not have completely “free healthcare,” (we “pay” indirectly through our income taxes, of course, among other sources) nor do we have “socialized healthcare” like the U.K. Our universal healthcare is more like a nationwide group insurance policy that benefits from huge economies of scale and the efficient use of resources that follows from a more planned, centralized approach, and our doctors are not employed by the government. They have their private practices or are employed by hospitals, and bill the government per service.Our healthcare is as mentioned partly subsidized by income taxes, and then each province or territory has other means of funding their own system. For example, in Ontario, most alcohol sales are controlled by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, and their revenue is one of the chief sources of funding for our provincial system (amounting to $2+ billion as of 2017–18).Each province or territory then receives a transfer payment from the federal government. The provinces have a certain degree of freedom to deliver the services that best suit their needs, but there are limits to this. To receive their federal transfer payment they must adhere to the five core principles set out in the Canada Health Act. These are: Public administration; universality, portability, comprehensiveness, accessibility.Canada’s taxes per capita are comparable to U.S. tax rates, by the way, not signNowly higher.Costs of drugs are considerably lower, because the provincial governments negotiate directly with drug companies (economies of scale). A nationwide prescription drug plan is planned to roll out in 2022.Canadian hospitals are not public, but 95% are non-profit organizations and are bound by strict budgets.Canadians are guaranteed free care for medically necessary procedures and tests and surgical dentistry. This means that care not deemed necessary by each province may be charged for or involve co-pay.Regular dental care outside of a hospital setting is generally not covered, except for the very young and for seniors; people have private insurance or insurance through work for dental care. (My personal opinion is that the lack of coverage for dental care is a signNow flaw in the system, and should be addressed. However, when I needed urgent wisdom tooth surgery twenty years ago, my surgery took place in hospital, under general anesthetic, and therefore the costs were completely covered.)Medications mostly involve a small co-pay, but a doctor can also admit a patient to hospital, in which case the drugs are free. Each province has its own program for medications and list of drugs covered. These programs are usually geared to your income after tax. For example, there are usually different programs for Seniors (65+), people on social welfare, diabetics, those needing expensive drugs (e.g. HIV-related illnesses or palliative care) and even over-the-counter meds if your doctor states they are necessary. Co-pay is often only $2 per prescription. Where there is an exact equivalent generic version of a drug, this is provided as they are normally a lot cheaper. However, if you have had adverse reactions to generics, they will provide the brand name versions.Also let’s address the topic of wait times, often given as a reason that Canada’s system is “broken.”Our system is not broken. One of the ways we keep costs down and are fiscally conservative is by limiting supply of elective and non-essential procedures. Sure Americans might get a hip replacement or MRI scan a bit faster, but with the result that their health care costs are much higher. (Americans also ration healthcare: with high fees. Unfortunately, this amounts to limiting demand, but health care isn’t something you can decide not to have— if you need heart surgery you need heart surgery. No one in Canada will ever go bankrupt because of medical bills, because there essentially aren’t any.)We could reduce wait times if that was our primary goal. It’s not.So the answer is: Through efficient use of taxes, by covering only medically necessary procedures and drugs, by rationing supply of non-necessary procedures, by negotiating drug prices at the provincial level and by not running on a for-profit basis, but on a strict budget.No system is perfect, but I’m grateful for my country’s system. I have always received excellent care and can’t imagine living without this. It’s part of the Canadian identity, really.
What are you banned from? Why?I’m banned from the United States of America.It happened in early May this year. I drove down from Toronto to Niagara Falls because I’ve never seen the big leak before, and while I was there, I thought I may as well pay a visit to the land of the free. I walked through Rainbow Bridge (there is a $.5 toll, quite like an exit fee from Canada), and arrived to the border station.I immediately noticed how itchy the Americans are. They thoroughly scrutinized and tapped down every pedestrian. Before me there was a group of three Canadian teenagers. It was pretty obvious that they are not al-Quaeda or Mexicans, also that they are just headed to Buffalo to have a good party, yet they questioned them for several minutes like there was an actual danger of them staying illegally and disrupting the precious national security of the U. S. of A.At my turn, I handed over my Hungarian passport, to which the border guard made a face like I casually dropped a hand grenade on his desk. Granted, we are a rare sight at the land border, but I still wasn’t from fucking Narnia. The guy suspiciously went through the pages, found that there is only one single stamp in it, the one which I got when I landed in Toronto, and there came the questions.“What is the purpose of your visit?”“I would simply like to take a look at the waterfall from the US side.”“Have you ever been to the US before?”“No, this is the first time.”“How long do you plan to stay?”“About an hour perhaps. As you see, I am here with just a camera and a credit card.”“Where do you live?”“I live in Hungary, Budapest.”“What were you doing in Canada?”“Visited a friend and looked at the big white north.”“Do you have a family?”“No, I am single.”“What do you work?”“I am a software engineer.”“What kind of software do you make?”“Currently I am building mobile applications.”“Who is your employer?”“I’m a freelancer.”The border guard shut my passport, looked at me suspiciously and said:“Sorry sir, you’re denied from entering the United States.”“Denied? Why?”“I am not satisfied that you’d leave the country after your visa expires.”“Why on earth would I stay?”“I don’t know sir, but you definitely lied to me. There is no such thing as a freelance engineer!”No amount of explanation cut it any more. I told him to look up “freelance software engineer” and he’ll find a plethora of agencies looking for them, or just take a look at the job section on Stack Overflow. He told me to follow him to a room where they took my mugshot and fingerprints like I were some criminal. I was told that if I want to try again, I will have to go to the US embassy, present my employment signNows, evidence that I have strong roots in Hungary and they may lift the ban. I’ll also need a new passport.I was given some document stating that I am persona non grata and pointed out. When I walked back to the Canadian side, I told the border guard that I’ve been booted. She laughed. “You too? Welcome back then.”
If a child under 16 owned a company that was successful, would they be excused from school?I had a foster son who had a successful business selling chocolate bars at school when he was 12 years old. It is difficult to get a massive bureaucracy to wake up and see that a student who has figured out how to run a business at age 12 is a rising star that needs to be encouraged and celebrated. Why wouldn’t they have all the students learn from his business that he is operating right in their own hallways? If preparing students for a career was really the main priority of school they would. But that is not the main priority and therefore they will never celebrate that kind of individual self-taught learning.He was punished for running his business at school. A traditional school’s main priority is not to help students learn to run their own businesses. Schools seem to be more interested in keeping their own system running, and preparing students to do things that require sitting in seats for long hours and doing homework at traditional schools. Independent businesses are scary to teachers and school administrators. Teachers and administrators have filled out endless forms and agreed to work in a massive old-fashioned bureaucracy. So that is what teachers think a career is all about.Traditional school is the last place that will approve of, or encourage, a student learning to run their own business.
Are Canadians as dissatisfied with their healthcare system as US insurance companies tell us? How do providers, especially physicians and psychologists, feel about it?Last year I had to be taken to the hospital with serious injuries that would require surgery, but I could still walk around and there was nothing life-threatening; just a lot of pain. 15 minutes I arrived, I was in a treatment room being examined by an ER resident. He order me admitted; ordered pain relief medication; and called for the surgical resident to take over the case.The surgical resident was there 10 minutes later. After an examination he explained what was going on internally and recommended surgery; which I agreed to. Test were ordered and several hours later one of the best surgeons in the city came in to get permission signed for him to do the surgery. He explained exactly what he was going to do and scheduled me for later in the day.The surgery went fine, after two more days in the hospital I was able to move on. No complications, no serious after-effects, and not bill or debt; and I continue with good health. BTW i'm 70 years old. So how do I evaluate our free healthcare system? (Wait—did I say 'free'; oops, my bad. It is not "free". All of us pay our fair share through taxation in one form or another. I am well off enough that I can pay a little more so in addition to the regular tax burden my province levies a surtax based on income.)If I lived in the U. S. I could afford top of the line heath insurance, so would I prefer the U.S. system that costs twice as much? Would I prefer to have a system that is number one in cost but only produces outcomes in the top 40? would I prefer a system where life expectancy is 2 years fewer than Canada's and has a higher infant mortality rate? No thanks.If I have a heart attack on a street corner in a Canadian city and I am still alive when the ambulance gets me to the hospital; my chances of survival are 97%; in a U. S. city the survival rate is 92% if you have health insurance and 85% if you don't. The Health insurance companies are the biggest beneficiary of the U.S. healthcare system. The U.S. system is the most expensive in the world, in part because those insurance companies suck billions of dollars in profits out of the system that could go to providing better care instead of spending it on propaganda and lies about the Canadian system, and how we feel about it. That Americans accept such an inferior health care system makes them look like a nation of morons there to serve the needs of the oligarchs who run things.
Are soldiers ever asked to volunteer for exceptionally dangerous missions?Sort of. There are some jobs in the military that are volunteer-only. Even though joining the US military is voluntary, once in you are mostly at the whims and needs of the military. You may have joined as a cook, but you can be forcibly reclassed into infantry.However, even though infantry doesn’t rate a volunteer-only status, some positions do. Being airborne (paratrooper) requires a volunteer statement, even if you’re going to be an airborne clerk. Ranger Regiment and Special Forces require you to volunteer. EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) requires you to volunteer and you can pull your volunteer statement at any time.During the Battle of Mogadishu (the basis for Black Hawk Down), Gary Gordon and Randy Shughart were on a UH-60 Black Hawk. One UH-60 had crashed and the search and rescue team was enroute. Another UH-60 had gone down. No one was able to make it to the second site due to a combination of not anticipating multiple Black Hawk crashes and because friendly forces were largely pinned down fighting militia forces.Gary and Randy were snipers providing cover from the air. They repeatedly asked permission to go onto the ground to assist any crash survivors. They were initially denied because there were no other forces to assist or extract them. They repeated their request until they were finally granted permission. They fought their way to the crash site, extracted the injured but living pilot, and were engaged by militia forces. They inflicted heavy casualties but were outnumbered and outgunned, and their ammo was running low. After Gordon was killed, Shughart passed his carbine to the pilot, Mike Durant, with only 5 rounds of ammunition remaining. Finally, both snipers were killed and Mike Durant was captured alive.Mike Durant was eventually returned to US custody. Gary and Randy were posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.I know it’s not quite what you asked for since no one asked them to do it, but they would never have been inserted on the ground if they had not volunteered.
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