Upgrades to Management Systems, Manuals and Documents

 

The New ISO 9001:2015 QMS Standard

 

ISO 9001:2015 was released in September 2015.  The key changes are:

  • A direct requirement for a risk-based approach to processes and system content
  • More emphasis on leadership commitment and increased leadership requirements
  • Fewer prescriptive requirements
  • More flexibility regarding documentation
  • A requirement to define the scope and boundaries of the Quality Management System
  • Increased emphasis on organisational context, including identifying internal and external issues which impact on the business
  • A requirement to identify the needs, expectations and requirements of interested parties
  • Greater focus on customer delivery and satisfaction

 

Businesses with certification to ISO 9001:2008 have up to three years to transition to the new standard.

 

 

ISO 9001:2015 Upgrade Toolkit

 

Our plain-English toolkit helps you transition to the new standard.

New Procedures:

  • Our Business Context - Internal and External Issues
  • Needs and Requirements of Interested Parties
  • Scope of Our Management System
  • Managing Risks and Opportunities in our Business

 

New Forms:

  • List Of Interested Parties and Their Requirements
  • Business Operations Risk Register
  • Business Risk Assessment Calculator.

 

The New ISO 14001:2015

 

The new environmental standard has been published.  The key changes are:

  • Reformatted to align with 9001:2015
  • Identifying needs of interested parties (internal & external)
  • Risk is emphasised in planning and monitoring processes, not just in addressing threats
  • Top management to be more clearly involved in leadership.

 

Businesses with certification to ISO 14001:2004 have up to three years to transition to the new standard.

 

ISO 14001:2015 Upgrade Toolkit

 

We can provide an upgrade toolkit to help you transition to the new standard

 

 

New Safety Standard

 

The International Standards Organisation (ISO) is drafting ISO 45001 OHS Management System Standard, due for release in late 2016.  It is set to replace AS 4801:2001.  The key changes are likely to be:

  • Reformatted to align with 9001:2015
  • Easier to integrate with 9001 and 14001
  • Risk is emphasised in planning and monitoring processes, not just in addressing threats
  • Top management to be more clearly involved in leadership.

 

Businesses with certification to ISO AS 4801:2001 have up to three years to transition to the new standard.