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The last official day to transition your ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System certification was 14 September 2018. Even if you haven’t started, it’s never too late to adapt your quality management system and experience the benefits of the new standard.
Though your certificate has now expired, BSI can still help you achieve certification to ISO 9001:2015. The sooner you get in touch, the sooner we can help.
Created to help you transition to the latest ISO management system standards including ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015, BSI clients share their perspectives about some of the key areas in the new standards. Essential viewing to help make your transition smooth and successful, they include;
BSI obtains first global accreditation from ANAB to certify organizations to the new Quality Management standard ISO 9001:2015
We’re proud to announce that BSI is the first to receive official global accreditation status from the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) to certify organizations to the new Quality Management Standard, ISO 9001:2015. The decision was made utilizing ISO/FDIS 9001:2015 and accredited certificates to ISO 9001:2015 cannot be issued until the standard is published, expected in September 2015.
Bringing Quality and Continuous Improvement into the heart of your business
The revised standard will ensure that quality management is now completely integrated and aligned with the business strategies of your organization
Greater involvement in the management system by the leadership team will ensure the whole organization will be motivated towards the organizations goals and objectives.
Introduction of Risk & Opportunity Management
Reinforces use of the management system as a governance tool and will help identify business opportunities that contribute to bottom line improvements.
An Integrated Approach
With the new structure applicable to all new ISO management systems standards it wll be much easier to implement multiple, integrated management systems.
The new standard is based on Annex SL – the new high level structure (HLS) that brings a common framework to all management system standards. This helps to keep consistency, alignment different management system standards, offer matching sub-clauses against the top-level structure and apply common language across all standards.
The key changes in the proposed standard are:
With the new standard in place, organizations will find it easier to incorporate their quality management system into the core business processes and gain greater business benefit.