In September 2015, a revised version of ISO 9001 was published. The deadline for upgrading to the latest version is September 2018, meaning companies who haven’t yet made the transition have less than 4 months left before their current certification becomes invalid. ISO 9001:2015 introduced new terminologies and requirements that a lot of organisations, or Read More...on
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This is the third in a series of blog posts covering ISO 9001:2015 and the three key areas to a successful transition. To recap, the three key areas with which many organisations are reportedly having considerable trouble are: Context of the organisation Planning and Risk Performance Evaluation In this post we will be addressing the Read More...on
Our previous blog post highlighted the three key areas holding businesses up in their transition to ISO 9001:2015. These three areas were: Context of the organisation Planning and Risk Performance Evaluation Having covered context of the organisation already, this week we will be looking to address Planning and Risk, what it means and why organisations Read More...on
Transition – simple steps to success The new version of the standard, ISO 9001:2015, introduced new concepts and requirements unfamiliar to organisations and those responsible for quality management within them. Many organisations are stuck on how to deal with 3 areas in particular: Context of the organisation Planning and Risk Performance Evaluation Transitional assessments by Read More...on
Some new terminologies and concepts have been introduced with the update to ISO 9001:2015, the world’s favourite quality management system standard. Some are new, some build upon concepts from earlier versions adding focus and clarity. UKAS recognises that there are a number of these which clients may need extra support to understand. This series of blog posts intend Read More...on