Transitioning from ISO 9001: 2008 to 9001:2015
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- Identify the key envisaged changes to ISO 9001.
- Communicate any changes in QMS specific requirements arising as a result of transitioning from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015.
- Identify what the changes will mean for organizations.
- Types of emerging stakeholders' (interested parties) pressures on your business.
- How the principal changes defined in the new standard may be accommodated by an organization that already has ISO 9001 certification.
- Identify types of skid and correction
As everyone in the quality game is aware, the world now has a new version of ISO 9001. ISO standards help make the world a safer and more efficient place and help tackle a myriad of societal issues. They also touch almost everything we do.
The sparked interest in the new ISO 9001:2015 revision is significant, given that the standard has notable changes vs. the current 2008 version. The task of understanding the revised standard's effect to your organization and how to prepare for the transition can be overwhelming, yet a few simple steps now can save significant time later.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO), headquartered in Switzerland, is the world's largest developer of voluntary International Standards. International Standards provide state of the art specifications for products, services and good practice, helping to make industry more efficient and effective. Developed through global consensus, standards also help to break down barriers to international trade.
The new ISO 9001 standard aligns with high-level organizational structure, requiring all new ISO management system standards to be aligned on a high-level structure with a set of common requirements. The new version of the standard brings the user a number of benefits.
For example, ISO 9001:2015:
- Puts greater emphasis on leadership engagement.
- Helps address organizational risks and opportunities in a structured manner.
- Uses simplified language and a common structure and terms, which are particularly helpful to organizations using multiple management systems, such as those for the environment, health & safety, or business continuity.
- Addresses supply chain management more effectively.
- Is user-friendlier for service and knowledge-based organizations.
This session has been designed to give participants to:
- Understand, interpret and plan for the changes to ISO 9001
- Getting ready for the transition plan to ISO 9001:2015
- Develop a strategy for effective implementation of the changes at their organization.
- Prepare for re-certification to ISO 9001:2015.
- Management team members who need to understand the changes ISO 9001 has brought to the work environment.
- Engineers and Executives with responsibility for updating and implementing the expected changes.
- Operational staff members with an interest in quality management system.
- Delivery of the conceptual framework together with a demonstration of how systems and its components tie up and form a complete whole.
- Once a concept is understood, practical application is applied.
- Once application is made clear, implementation can be executed at work place.