The criteria for ISO 9001 Quality Management have been modified
Standards have to evolve with the times, which is why an important update was reviewed in detail between 2013 and 2015 and established in 2015 to replace ISO 9001:2008, which will now come to be known as ISO 9001:2015. This standard establishes the requirements for quality management systems.
ISO 9001:2015—marked improvements
More efficient and user-friendly, the new ISO 9001:2015 standards incorporate High-Level Structure (which is a common feature of all management standards issued since 2012), more effectively identify organizational risks and opportunities, and propose a reinforced approach to leadership.
It’s essential to begin planning your transition to this revised version now in order to obtain your new certificate quickly. Organizations that have already obtained ISO 9001:2008 certification have been given three years to make the transition to the new standards, so the final deadline will be September 15, 2018.
To get started quickly and effectively, the NBN Academy is offering training courses specifically devoted to the new ISO 9001:2015 standards. Easy to understand and focused on practice, these training courses will inform you of every new development in detail.
- ISO 9001:2015 – réaliser des audits internes de qualité selon l’ISO 19011 (french link only)
- ISO 9001 – Quality Management Systems Lead Auditor
- ISO 9001 – formation axée sur la transition vers l’édition 2015 de la norme qualité (french link only)
- ISO 9001 Quality Master Class: interpretation of the changes
For more information on the new ISO 9001:2015 standards, contact one of the experts at Terrapex.
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