The 2015 revision to ISO 9001, the international standard specifying requirements for quality management systems, has been published and is now available for purchase in these formats:
ISO 9000:2015, which provides the fundamental concepts, principles, and vocabulary for quality management systems, has been published. The American National Standard version, an identical adoption of the international standard, is available in these formats:
This standard specifies requirements for an environmental management system and applies to any organization that wishes to enhance its environmental performance.
Learn more about ISO 14001:2015.
In this Standards Connection article, learn why John Guzik, member of the U.S. TAG 176, says using ISO 9001:2015 as a complete model for business management puts organizations on a path destined for disaster.
In this ASQ TV episode, learn how to identify, categorize and take action on risks – vital skills for organizations transitioning to ISO 9001:2015. Also learn how audits can be conducted virtually.
The program for the International Conference on Quality Standards, which will be held Nov. 9-10 in Indianapolis, has been published. Paul Palmes and Curtis Hill will serve as keynote speakers. Click here to register for the conference.
In this Quality Progress article (open access) standards experts provide basic analysis and map out five key changes included in ISO 9001:2015 to make sense of what they mean, what your organization must do to meet the new requirements, and resources available to help you navigate the transition.
What does ISO 9001:2015’s new term, “risk-based thinking,” actually mean? In this article, learn how to accurately categorize risks and apply risk-based thinking through a process approach.
In this video, Thea Dunmire, who has participated in the revisions for the 2015 versions of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, explains how there must be alignment among ISO management system standards.
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