ISO 9001:2015 Quality management systems – Requirements Fifth edition was published 15th September 2015.
There are terminology changes in ISO 9001:2015; Top management now referred to as top management products now referred to products and services; exclusions are removed; management representative is not used; documentation, quality manual, documented procedures, records are referred to as documented information; work environment as environment for the operation of processes; monitoring and measuring equipment as monitoring and measuring resources; purchased product as externally provided products and services and a supplier as an external provider.
Risk-based thinking is required in this edition and enabled some reduction in the prescribed requirements. There is greater flexibility in the requirements for processes, documented information and organizational responsibilities. The standard now requires a business to assess risks and opportunities and take appropriate actions.
Whereas ISO 9001:2008 used specific terminology such as “documented procedures” and “quality manual”, this edition defines requirements to “maintain documented information”. The term “records” is now expressed as a requirement to “retain documented information”.
ISO 9001:2015 also addresses the need to determine and manage the knowledge maintained by the organization.
There are now the following sections of requirements in the standard 4 Context of the Organization, 5 Leadership, 6 Planning, 7 Support, 8 Operation, 9 Performance Evaluation and 10 Improvement.
ISO 9001 Quality Management System Implementation Workbook and Project Planner. This detailed workbook provides a step by step guide to implementing ISO 9001.
This package contains all you need to train your staff in order for your organization to achieve ISO 9001 certification.
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