10 July 2020 (Friday) _ UKAS Newsletter
The nice people at UKAS (the United Kingdom Accreditation Service) sent their newsletter today. You can read it by clicking here.
I read some of it…
I won’t lie. It was tedious in the extreme. It never fails to amaze me that something as important as ensuring the quality of absolutely everything we do can be made so dull and uninteresting. Over the last twenty years I have watched the growth of “quality”. But more and more the word “quality” doesn’t mean “a very high standard of performance”. It means seemingly irrelevant paperwork.
Surely this is something that should be revisited as a matter of urgency?
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