Tag Archives: ISO 9001:2015

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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Why organisations should avoid qualitative ISO 9001:2015 risk-based thinking

The recent release of ISO 9001:2015 finds many organisations at the crossroads when deciding how to conform to the standard’s new risk-based thinking requirements. One option is to continue doing what they have done in the past; a road that brings with it suboptimal process monitoring and control, and an increased likelihood that poor compliance […]

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