I’ve been over these topics more times than I care to remember. This time around, I saw something in the latest version (ISO 9001:2015) of this Standard that hadn’t connected for me before. The introduction sections have connected the dots […]

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September 23rd, 2015 ISO 9001 was released. Here we go… Let’s start with the Introduction 0.1 General There are some upgrades from 2008, but, in  a nutshell, you’re on pretty even ground here. There are no quantum leaps from ISO 9001:2008, but […]

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Just finished a 4 day QMS audit of an organization and focused the closing meeting around their Quality Policy and Objectives. I held the policy up and pointed to it during the presentation suggesting that they could use their policy […]

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Preventing recurrence in the past has always been about ‘eliminating the cause of the non-conformance. This always pays off, not just in improving profits, but improving morale as well. Nobody feels good at work waiting for the same problem to […]

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The Joy of Integration A number of organizations are looking into integrating two or more management systems. The systems most often considered are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. The benefits of integration are worth the investment, in my […]

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  • Wayne Midgley
    5 years ago · Reply

    Trying to sign up for your iso tips Jim but cannot find where to.

  • Jim Moran Author
    5 years ago · Reply

    I’ll have to add that option, Wayne. What we have now is a ‘Contact us’ button at the bottom, and people send the request there.

    I’ll add you to the list. We’ll be sending out a new round after the FDIS comes out – should be next month – we’ll make sure you get the next ones.

    In the meantime, feel free to glance through the previous tips: http://simplifyiso.com/iso-tips

    Comments welcome!

    Jim

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