Significant changes to ISO 9001 took take place at the end of 2015, these changes were made to improve the standard for all users of this international standard, including implementing organisations, procurement organisations, training organisations, consultants, customers, certification bodies and auditors.
The current version of ISO9001 provides opportunities for Quality Management System development and improvement and will be used as the framework for quality management systems for the next decade, and maybe beyond.
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- Gap Analysis to help you identify where you should focus your efforts.
- Training to help you understand the requirements of ISO9001:2015 standard.
- Training to help your staff understand their role in the implementation process.
- Professional Auditors to help you complete your ISO9001:2015 internal audits.
- Work with you to formulate/complete your implementation plan
- Attend the 3rd Party Assessments and help address any findings.
- Work with you to resolve any non-conformances that have been identified by your Quality System Auditors
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If you are already certified to ISO9001:2015, but you are having difficulty maintaining your management system with your current staffing level or just wish to update your systems, why go to the expense of employing more people, QTP Limited can fill the gap by providing the resources you need, tailored to your individual requirements.
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Annex SL and other Management System Standards (MSS)
Annex SL (previously ISO Guide 83) defines the framework for a generic management system. All new ISO management system standards will adhere to this framework and all current MSS will migrate at their next revision. In future all ISO MSS should be consistent and compatible – they will all have the same look and feel. This could be the beginning of the end of the conflicts, duplication, confusion and misunderstanding from different MSS. It is a challenge to auditors to focus their own and their clients’ thinking on viewing organisations’ management systems holistically.
References to a documented quality manual, documented procedures and to quality records have been removed. Instead throughout ISO 9001:2015 there are specific references to Documented Information. This is information which the organisation is required to keep, control and maintain, while ISO 9001:2008 specified a number of mandatory documents, ISO 9001:2015 does not. However, that does not mean that organisations have to throw away their quality manuals and documented procedures, if the current documentation is in place and working well, there is no need to withdraw it.
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