[♪ music ♪] [bsi.] [ISO 9001] [The 2015 revision in more detail] [ISO Revisions] [Approaching Change]
[How long will we get to change over to the new Standard?] [Natasha Bambridge – Training Director] The national standards body within each country are working with their local committee to review the draft standard and collating all of the feedback. Here are the timings that you need to know. Early May 2014 the Draft International Standard, known as the DIS, will be published for ballot. February 2015 the Final Draft International Standard, known as FDIS, is expected to be published for ballot. In September 2015 the International Standard is then expected to be published. A 3-year transition period for existing ISO 9001 2008 clients has already been agreed with the International Accreditation Forum, so existing clients will have until September 2018 to complete their transition. This means organizations will have a lot of time to familiarize themselves with the changes to the standard and then implement those changes in their quality management system. The average time to implement a management system is 6 to 12 months, so you have plenty of time throughout the transition period to implement the system. So the message is don’t delay your implementation project. [What is the new high level structure and what is its relevance in the revision process?] [Karen Green – Head of Technical Certification] We know that the standard will be revised in accordance with Annex SL, the new high level structure that we’ll feature in all management systems going forward in order to provide core text, common terms, and core definitions. This revised standard should maintain the current focus on effective process management to produce desired outcomes, take account of changes in management system practices and technology since the last major revision in 2000, reflect changes in the increasing complex, demanding, and dynamic environments in which the organizations operate, facilitate effective organizational implementation and effective conformity assessment by first, second, and third parties, and use simplified language and writing styles to aid understanding and consistent interpretations of its requirements. [What is the difference between procedures and a process approach?] [Carla Whyte – ISO 9001 Product Marketing Manager] A procedure would define the activities in a silo perspective, whereas a process would define the inputs and expected outputs of the activity. Processes would also be classed as a high level view, where procedures detail a step-by-step approach, although potentially not as detailed as a work instruction. A process approach would also put more emphasis on the skills, knowledge, and competence of the individuals. For example, you do not need a procedure to drive a new car if you’ve already passed your driving test and have experience. You understand what the overall functions of the car can do, and you should be able to repeat those tasks on a regular basis without reading each page of the manual every time you wish to make a journey. [What commercial value does certification deliver to a client?] [Tim Crowe – Head of Customer Planning and Engagement] BSI clients tell us that they achieve real benefits from certification to ISO 9001. Certification can help an organization gain access to new markets. Prospective customers may require certification as a prerequisite to bid on contracts. The ISO 9001 certificate will differentiate an organization from others in the marketplace and provide a competitive advantage. The certification mark demonstrates that an organization continues to maintain quality processes through successful surveillance audits. [Why has there been the change of focus on leadership?] [Natasha Bambridge – Training Director] This enhanced requirement is to ensure that there is alignment between the strategic objectives of the organization and that of the quality policy. In turn, this should help with alignment with business strategy, key business objectives, performance, and resource management. [How do I keep informed of what’s going on?] [Carla Whyte – ISO 9001 Product Marketing Manager] From now until the publication of the standard in 2015, BSI will be developing guidance to help you navigate your way through the revision and to ensure your quality management system stays compliant and robust. BSI will keep you up to date with the revision through webinars, emails, and white papers. Anyone can register for priority updates by visiting the BSI website at bsigroup.com and visiting our ISO 9001 revision page. [♪ music ♪] [bsi.] [ISO Revisions] [Approaching Change]
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The 2015 ISO 9001 revision in more detail
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  • October 20, 2014 at 3:10 am


  • December 18, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    Typical ISO.. dinosaurs… this is old wine in a new plastic bottle… this is 20 years after the event and I mean by that, the then existence of concept/methodologies like TQM and EFOM and their bastard children such as BPI, 6 Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, hell why not mention that innovative fusion [haha] of LeanSigma…. another ISO cash cow… as for BSI, a fly feasting on the cow-pat that is ISO… totally disgusted $£$£$£$£

  • December 22, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    it's over 9000 !!!!

  • February 23, 2015 at 1:15 am

    I want to ISO 9001:2015 draft power point

  • November 11, 2015 at 11:04 am

    Good Background! The real advantage of ISO9001 is the implementation in organizations- on its own the standard is nothing but a dead document on a bookshelf- the few negative comments not withstanding, ISO9001 still remains the world' most successful standard- with over ONE MILLION CERTIFICATIONS : ) : )

  • May 30, 2018 at 12:10 am

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    Jet-Squad Management has recently upgraded our ISO 9001:2008 to the above certification 2015 version.
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    3.) Jet-Squad was also recognized by TESDA as Assessment Center in NC1 on written, interview and actual presentation by guards.
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    The Secretary for ISO 9001 Committee gives an important update on the ISO 9001 revision
    Charles Corrie, BSI Business Programme…

  • December 21, 2018 at 1:44 am

    ISO does not issue certificates and also do not accredit, approve or control the certifications bodies

  • March 15, 2019 at 1:43 am

    Awesome review!


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