45th meeting of the JCRB (online)
16 to 17 March 2022
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The JCRB noted that the RMOs have progressed successfully with a mix of in-person, online and hybrid periodic reviews of quality management systems of the institutes in their regions. The JCRB encouraged the RMOs to further develop these review routes and keep to the 5-year review period. Exceptionally, where this is not possible, they may extend the validity of these QMSs subject to a case-by-case evaluation by the RMO concerned. This extension of validity shall be for a period not exceeding one year. The power to grant such extensions will be re-evaluated at the time of the 46th meeting of the JCRB.
The JCRB noted that the RMOs have submitted reports to the JCRB on the status of the quality management systems of the institutes in its regions using a variety of different formats and content. The JCRB reminded the RMOs that the expected content is outlined in CIPM MRA-G-12 Section 5. To simplify the reporting obligation, the JCRB requests the JCRB Executive Secretary to draft a template and to circulate it to all RMOs for their comments in 3 months’ time.
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