ISO 9001, applied properly and appropriately, offers a complete framework for quality delivery and enhancing Customer Satisfaction. The 2015 versions of the ISO Standards (ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 were upgraded in 2015, and OHSAS 18001 will be upgraded in autumn 2017) enhance that already excellent framework and will compel you to “probe deeper and even more purposefully in teasing out your business effectiveness” (see ISO 2015 Main Changes and the Construction Industry ). I urge you to have that last statement in mind if you are considering the transition to ISO 2015 – and all registered businesses must do so by September 2018. If ISO 9001:2015 is implemented properly it will bring great benefits to your management system and your business.

We have a proven success model for making the transition to “ISO 2015” and for also making the most of it!

We walk you through the requirements and help you satisfy them in a manner appropriate to your business using Citrix Online meeting technology to keep the cost down:

  • a. Preparation

    1. Review of your existing IMS;
    2. Restructure your IMS to suit the new Annex SL structure of ISO

    9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015

  • b. Incorporate the new 2015 Requirements

    i. Scope & Context

    ii. Leadership

    iii. Risks & Opportunities

    iv. Review and Redefine Best Practice

  • c. Complete your Certification body’s Pre Audit Transition Gap Analysis Questionnaire, if applicable, and attend the Pre Audit Teleconference with you.

  • d. Address any issues at Audit. Our usual Guarantee will apply; we expect you to pass your first audit under the new requirements first time but if you have any issues raised at your next audit then we will work with you to sort them out at no extra cost.

Call us if you need to make the transition to ISO 2015 in the most practical and cost-effective manner.

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