字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント The new version of ISO 9001:2015 has replaced the previous version of ISO 9001:2008. Let us share with you vital information that will guide you on your smooth transition to the new ISO standard. ISO 9001:2008 was designed to meet business requirements that are existing at that time. Today, the requirements have greatly changed: faster access to information; more empowered customers; complex supply chains. These are just some of the new challenges that the business organization must face. The old processes are no longer relevant and effective today the new ISO 9001:2015 is designed to meet the complex requirements of businesses today where customers are well informed and more demanding of quality and value for money than ever before. The new ISO 9001 has a totally different structure than its older version. From eight (8) clauses, the new standard now has ten (10) process with noticeable changes in titles from context of the organization to leadership. Moreover, the new standard follows the same overall structure as other ISO management system standard which is known as the high-level structure. With this change, ISO 9001:2015 can now be easily integrated with other standards. ISO 9001:2015 is more focused on risk-based thinking. If you have been implementing the old version, you would know that risk assessment through preventive action planning is already in place. However, the new standard puts greater emphasis on the importance of risk analysis as one of the major keys in delivering quality products and services. The context of their organization must be determined this refers to the internal and external issues relevant to the organization. The needs and expectations of the interested parties must be determined as well. This means the customers and other stakeholders. There is a greater emphasis in adopting a process approach while many organizations have already implemented a process based system. The new edition explicitly requires organization to demonstrate process approach in the way they meet and exceed their client's expectations. Risk-based approach replaces preventive action. This implies the need for risk assessment and risk management activities. Documented information replaces procedures and records. This means that having a quality manual is no longer a specific requirement. The term goods and services replaces products. This broadens the scope of ISO 9001. Here are four (4) easy steps you can do to smoothly transition to the new ISO 9001: First, understand a new document by going through the changes in its structure. While, indeed, there are changes, most part of the standard remains unchanged. Second, using the ISO 9001:2015, conduct a Gap Assessment that will determine the gaps between your current management system and the new standard. This will help you in planning the needed changes to transition. Third, update your existing quality management system based on the results of your Gap Assessment. The documentation structure will surely vary and change based on the new needed documented information of the ISO 9001. And finally, ensure that all parties concerned should undergo the necessary awareness training. There are indeed new principles and areas of focus that must be properly understood by your respective process owners. The manner and scope of internal audits will also vary based on the new requirements. AGF Consulting Group can guide you in properly training your team in understanding the new standard as well as auditing its new structure maintaining your ISO certification to ISO 9001 will require your organization to upgrade your existing quality management system to the new version of ISO. There is a three-year transition period from the date of publication last September 2015. Your ISO 9001:2008 will no longer be valid by September of 2018. The best time to transition is now. For more information visit our website at www.agfconsultinggroup.com or email us at email@example.com or call our office numbers.