Preparing or Updating to ISO 9001:2015? We Can Help
>> Significantly improving operating and market performance.
>> Creating customer confidence and retention.
>> Opening doors to new domestic and international opportunities.
>> Providing advantages over uncertified competitors.
>> Identifying weaknesses and improve internal processes.
Why is Preparing for ISO 9001:2015 Important?
Current holders of ISO 9001:2008 will be required to update to the ISO 9001:2015 revision as it becomes the de facto standard, and mandatory, in 2017 or 2018 depending on Registrar procedures. This enhanced Standard is relevant to any organization's quality management program and demonstrates a solid commitment to quality of service, while:
>> Reducing costs through increased efficiency in managed processes.
>> Providing management personnel with a blueprint for efficiently managing processes.
>> Providing opportunities in government and public projects where certification is mandatory.
>> Providing a system which identifies weaknesses to improve internal processes.
>> Providing an unprecedented advantage over competitors lacking accredited certification.
Prepare for ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Certification
We collaborate with you one-on-one, onsite and off, to prepare you for audit and certification, or upgrade, to 9001:2015 Quality Management Standard. We prepare your organization to pass a formal audit by an ANAB accredited Certification Body (CB), while training your personnel to manage these systems for continual improvement. We have a 100% pass rate and guarantee results!
Gaining certification to the ISO 9001:2015 standard, establishes your commitment to customer satisfaction while:
When the high-level structure (HLS) for ISO 9001:2015 is compared to ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2016 [the coming replacement for OHSAS 18001] it is clear; these standards have [finally] been designed to integrate seamlessly.
The newly published International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001, Revision 2015, is the first structural revision of the 9001 quality management management standard since Revision 2000. Whereas the 2015 Revision has been revised to encompass the 10 clauses, as opposed to eight (8), organizations will need to revise systems and perform audits which define the 10 clauses shown below:
>> Clause 01 - Scope
>> Clause 02 - Normative references.
>> Clause 03 - Terms & Definitions.
>> Clause 04 - Context of organization
>> Clause 05 - Leadership
>> Clause 06 - Planning
>> Clause 07 - Support
>> Clause 08 - Operations
>> Clause 09 - Performance evaluation
>> Clause 10 - Continual Improvement