Tag Archives: ISO 9001

The convergence of audit and inspection – are you prepared?

Date: January 2017 Economic, political and societal pressures have always influenced the evolution of audit and inspection; albeit along different paths. Today, these same pressures continue to shape auditing and inspection expectations; but something important has changed.   For the first time, these expectations share a common theme – the effective monitoring and control of operational risk. […]

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Quantitative risk-base thinking – does it exist?

I recently wrote about the benefits of quantitative risk-based thinking and why organisations should avoid qualitative methods when developing their ISO 9001:2015 processes. (link) But is there such a thing as a practical quantitative risk-based thinking solution? Or, as one a reader suggested, “It’s the Holy Grail of risk analysis, and thus it doesn’t fully […]

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