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ISO 9001 - Quality Management System

ISO 9001 Standard is widely recognized standard to specify requirements for Quality Management System in all industries. ISO 9001 Standard provides effective Risk Assurance based Quality Management System focusing QMS principles enhancement in Customer Satisfaction, Leadership, Engagement of People, Process Approach, Improvement, Evidence based Decision Making and Relationship Management. ISO 9001:2015 enables Risk based thinking while implementing QMS, this means to identify Risks and Opportunities in processes to establish an effective ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management system with a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of Top Management, the process approach and continual improvement.

ISO 9001 Standard enables Business improvements by assessing Risks and Opportunities, strengthen process approach to implement quality management system which ensure products and services consistently meet customer requirements along with consistent improvement in quality. QMS auditing to ISO 9001 certification verifies Quality is extent of suitability for compliance and fulfillment of requirements stated by customer, inherent characteristics and regulatory requirements of product and service as per Quality Management System requirements.

ISO 9001 Quality Management System certification by SQM indicates organization's adherence to QMS - Quality Management System requirements and practices and SQM as a truly QMS Auditing Firm to ISO 9001 Certification, offers Value Auditing Services in QMS Auditing because, no matter the type of organization, the Auditing Services of SQM are designed to meet Global Standards that deliver Credibility in QMS ISO 9001 Certification. To achieve QMS objective, professionally trained auditors are deputed to identify 'Opportunities for Improvements' in QMS ISO 9001 Certification.

ISO 9001 QMS Standard is widely adopted standard specify requirements for Quality management system in all industries, no matter the types of organizations such as QMS in Hospitals, Health Care, Trading, Manufacturing, QMS in Service Companies, Software, Construction and also QMS in Medical Devices in India. SQM offer ISO 9001 Certification in all cities India.
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ISO 9001:2015 standard is released on 15 September 2015. As per IAF guidance, ISO 9001:2015 Standard shall have three years transition period starting from published date of ISO 9001:2015 Standard. For latest information, keep in viewing SQM website for updates on ISO 9001 standard 2015.

Know more on ISO 9001:2015 HIGHLIGHTS OF ISO 9001:2015 STANDARD INCLUDE Quality Management System requirement documentation as per ISO 9001:2015 Standard means activity or process to document that contains sufficient information for effective implementation of processes and be retained to provide evidence that activities were performed.
The new ISO 9001:2015 standard includes three basic core concepts :
a.) process approach
b.) plan-do-check act methodology, and
c.) which is new in the 2015 version is risk based thinking
New structure of ISO 9001:2015 standard has aligned with the common 10-clause to ensure greater harmonization among its many different management system standards. The new revision to ISO 14001:2015 will also adopt this same structure, which is built around the Plan-Do-Check-Act sequence. This will help organizations to integrate the requirements of more than one ISO Management System Standard.
ISO 9001:2015 version further require that organization 'determines' processes needed for quality management system and identify all the processes that include Actions to Address Risks and Opportunities.

Risk Based Thinking is a new and welcome addition to ISO 9001:2015 standard requirement
How will the organisation prevent, or reduce, undesired effects? How will the organisation ensure that it can achieve its intended outcomes and continual improvement? One big plus is that preventive action does not now appear. The assumption is that the risk management process has features which creates inherent preventive actions via the improvement cycle.

Highlights to ISO 9001:2015 free download are available on SQM website, and 2015 version reference for issues that means 'an actual or potential threat' for effective implementation and control of activities that affect client's ability to supply products or services to meet customer requirements.
A structured approach to risk assessment for a quality management system requirement can describe a process, an actual or potential threats and decision on whether to accept, mitigate, eliminate or transfer the risk, and identify the controls needed to ensure the effectiveness of the processes. By including 'potential' threats, organization can put in place preventive actions.

Quality objective as per ISO 9001:2015 Certification are seen as those that have a direct impact on customer requirements, have a direct impact of the efficiency of the client's business, which means an improvement in the quality system processes. ISO 9001:2015 standard requires quality objectives to be measurable which means that targets have to be set. The requirements around the ISO 9001:2015 objectives have also been made more detailed. They are to be consistent with the ISO 9001:2015 quality policy, measurable (if practicable), monitored, communicated, and updated as appropriate. They have to be established at relevant functions and levels. Now planning how to achieve its quality objectives is introduced in the new version of ISO 9001:2015 standard.

The main differences in content between the old and new version of ISO 9001 standard?
The adoption of the high level structure as set out in Annex SL of ISO Directives Part 1•
An explicit requirement for• risk-based thinking to support and improve the understanding and application of the process approach
Fewer prescriptive requirements•
More flexibility regarding documentation•
Improved applicability for services•
A requirement to define the boundaries of the QMS•
Increased emphasis on• organizational context
Increased• leadership requirements
Greater emphasis on achieving desired process results to improve customer satisfaction

Transition means extra paperwork? No! New ISO 9001:2015 standard requires an organization to document a number of things but, these are relatively less as compare to previous version of standard, new standard gives you flexibility to document system (Except mandatory requirement) without unnecessary paperwork.