ISO 9001:2015 The New Standard
Change is coming. The new standard will be released by the end of the year. While the ISO 9001 revision 201 has a number of significant changes, these changes do not have to be scary. This one-day session is designed to teach you about the changes that are coming and to help you assess the effort that will be needed to transition your organization to the new standard.
Learn About Risk-Based Thinking
NEW: Auditor skills require risk-based approaches. ISO auditors will need to understand how to identify risk concepts, tools, or methods for risk analysis and management. Although ISO 31000 or FMEA are not required, familiarity with risk-based approaches of some type will help an ISO auditor.
NEW: Auditor skills require customer and market risk. ISO auditors will need to identify interested parties (e.g. customers, shareholders, board members, competitors, regulators), what their relevant interests might be, and the risks as it relates to the organizational context.
Interactive, Seminar Style Quality Training
Small class sizes maximizes learning and retention. No sitting in big hotel ballrooms, lost in a large group with little or no opportunity to ask questions or to network with other quality managers and auditors here.
With our intimate classes, we allow time for group discussions in order to ensure you get answers to your questions. Real world issues are covered by experienced auditors. Our discussions are interspersed with exercises that are fun as well as a great learning experience that you can take back to your company.
Take the mystery out of the ISO 9001 2015 Standard by taking this special training event. Everyone wants to be part of a successful organization. Connecting the dots between compliance and success can be an important motivator for your audit team. Plus, each participant will receive a copy of the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Requirements to aid your understanding of the Standard and to use with your own ISO audits at your organization.
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ISO 9001:2015 Auditor Training Course Outline
- The differences between ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 9001:2015 and clause alignment
- Process Approach
- Aligning business and quality system measures and goals
- Differences concerning the documentation requirements for procedures, records and the quality manual
- Risks associated with the reduced emphasis on documentation
- Achieving value for your organization with the decreased emphasis on documentation – what do you really need?
- Implementation of knowledge management
- Management accountability
- Risk Analysis
- Identifying the organization’s risks and opportunities and how they are related to the new standard
- Implementing risk-based thinking – designing in quality
- Using risk assessment tools such as Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA)
- Reporting and assessing risks and opportunities as part of management review
- Identification of customers and other interested parties and their needs/expectations
- Incorporating these needs/expectations into the processes that make up the QMS
- Impacts to auditing:
- Auditor preparation for and conduct of audits to the new standard
- Collecting audit evidence that may be harder to find due to the less prescriptive nature of the new standard – which alternative documents and records are acceptable
- Due to the new standard’s increased focus on process management, identify the requirements and appropriate evidence that are needed to demonstrate compliance
What you can Expect from the ISO 9001:2015 Training in St. Louis, MO
After taking the this class from Bizmanualz, you will be able to understand:
- The changes that will become effective with the new standard
- The increased focus on the process approach that serves as the foundation of the ISO 9001 Quality Management System (QMS)
- Management’s increased responsibility for market and risk analysis
- Risk-based thinking
- Risk assessment/mitigation strategies
- The importance of collection Voice-of-the-Customer data
- The need to incorporate customer needs/expectations into your QMS
- The auditing implications of the new standard
Chris Anderson, Managing Director of Bizmanualz has implemented numerous ISO 9001 systems in large and small companies. Chris focuses on compliance to the standard with the minimal amount of overhead, a truly LEAN approach to the implementation of ISO. By taking this lean approach, the systems that Chris has built can easily highlight opportunities for continuous improvement driving value for the investment in the ISO system.
Click here for training course policies, terms and conditions. Training instructors are provided by Bizmanualz, Inc., a management training, consulting and technology solutions provider specializing in the development, implementation and maintenance of well-defined processes and effective management systems. Instructors include: Chris Anderson.
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