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ISO 9001:2015

The ISO 9001 standard for quality management systems is revised every few years to ensure that it remains fit for purpose and continues to reflect the requirements of the modern marketplace. The current version of the standard, which rolled out in September 2015, is known as ISO 9001:2015.

If your organisation achieved ISO 9001 certification prior to September 2015, you were probably certified under the previous version of the standard, known as ISO 9001:2008. This version is no longer in use, and the deadline to switch over (the end of September 2018) has just passed - so you might be overdue a new ISO 9001 certification.

What are the differences between ISO 9001:2008/2015?

The more recent ISO 9001: 2015 has ten clauses as opposed to the ISO 9001: 2008's eight. The new ISO 9001 aims to add emphasis to the importance of continually improving the processes used within a business. 

ISO 9001: 2008

ISO 9001: 2015

Introduction

Introduction

Scope

Scope

Normative Reference

Normative Reference

Terms and Definitions

Terms and Definitions

Quality Management System

The Context of the Organisation

Management Responsibility

Leadership

Resource Management

Planning

Product Realisation

Support

Measurement, Analysis, Improvement

Operation

 

Performance Evaluation

 

Improvement

 

In the ISO 9001: 2008, customers were treated as the only party of interest, however, the ISO 9001: 2015 takes into consideration others involved e.g. shareholders and suppliers.

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