It is really happening. The new version of ISO 9001 is coming soon, and if you are registered you will have to invest time changing your quality management system to meet the new requirements.
It’s not a secret that ISO 9001 is changing and that organizations will have to make some changes to their quality management systems. In order to remain registered to ISO 9001, you will need to update your Quality Management System. But the question is when do you need to update and when should you update? ISO will be allowing a three-year time frame in which companies will need to upgrade from when the published version of ISO 9001:2015 is released. The current expected release date is in...
ISO 9001:2015 is coming and it’s full of promise. There are many shortcomings with the 2008 version of the ISO standard and finally, they can be fixed.
I just wanted to extend to you all my personal thanks for all the help that you’ve given me. Our ISO auditor was very impressed with the progress that we made within the last year. This progress would not have been possible if wasn’t for the professionalism and knowledge that you four displayed throughout the internal audits, consultations, and random email questions.
The buzz about voting on the ISO 9001:2015 has been all over the internet recently. There has been an unbelievable amount of dissent in the discussions from the American camp. Does anybody out there except my colleagues and I think this is a great evolution of the standard? Everybody seems to be moaning about it. They don’t like “risk” – it’s not defined enough. Requirements are thin. There is no management rep. They don’t like the change in terminology. They don’t like “strategic” stuff. Often...
By way of introduction, it must be said that the recent vote on whether to accept the DIS version of the ISO 9001:2015 standard included a rejection from the United States. While they publish and justify their reasoning, this is not made widely available and more than likely includes much political positioning as it does technical concerns. It remains to be seen if the overall vote (the US does not have any more voting power than other countries) is approved or rejected. If there is rejection...
By Dave Moskal
by David Moskal
The new ISO 9001 Draft International Standard (DIS) recently released provides some great general direction of where the standard is headed. However, we must remember that its development is not yet finished and it still has some flaws which will certainly be corrected at the next revision to the Final Draft International Standard (FDIS). Any detailed look at the DIS will show the inconsistency and error at this time. Here is a hard look at 5 lines.
Gain insight into the recently released ISO 9001 Draft International Standard (DIS) of ISO 9001 through this informative slide presentation. Learn about the specific standard changes and the timeframe for adopting these changes.