In the quality management context, "radiation" refers to the emission and transmission of energy in the form of electromagnetic waves or particles. It is a phenomenon that can have significant implications for quality management, particularly in industries where radiation sources or processes are present. Understanding and managing radiation is crucial to ensure the safety and compliance of products, processes, and environments.
Recording is the process of capturing data or translating information to a recording format stored on some storage medium, which is often referred to as a record or, especially if an auditory or visual medium, a recording.
Deutsch: Referenz / Español: Referencia / Italiano: Reference
In the quality management context, a reference is a standard or benchmark used for comparison and evaluation. References are used to determine if a product, process,, or service meets specified requirements or standards.
Deutsch: Register / Español: Registro / Português: Registo / Français: Registre / Italiano: Registro
Register or registration may refer to a device for recording cash transactions and storing cash or a set of documents and certifications.
In the context of quality management, resistance refers to the reluctance or opposition to change within an organization. Resistance to change can manifest in various ways, including skepticism, avoidance, apathy, or active opposition. Overcoming resistance is critical for successful implementation of quality management practices, as it enables organizations to improve their operations and stay competitive.
Risk is the potential of loss (an undesirable outcome, however not necessarily so) resulting from a given action, activity and/or inaction.