Iso 9001: 2015 Transition Training: Quality Management System

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Course Description

Quality Management Systems and the ISO 9001:2015 standard has been designed for a global adoption in both manufacturing and service industries; it provides the necessary platform to allow companies of all sizes to demonstrate compliance to a global standard.

Now more than ever, government bodies, industry bodies, large corporations and many other organizations require their supply chain to adopt the principals of ISO 9001:2015.  Therefore, whether you require your supply chain to adapt or you are within the supply chain, there is a greater need to understand the requirements of ISO 9001:2015.  Furthermore, it is imperative to understand how the Risk Based approach and Process approach align with your business and to ensure your organization understands how to get the most benefit from the new international standard.

This course will give participants clear guidance on how to transition from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015 ahead of the 2020 implementation deadline.

Course Methodology

This training course will consist of lead power point presentations, real case studies and examples, and open discussions on both theoretical and practical elements.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Develop a Business Risk and Opportunities Register for their business
  • Understand how to perform a Gap Analysis assessment of their current system
  • Advise their leadership team of the key leadership principles of Clause 5 of the standard
  • Apply best practice techniques in transitioning their system and implementing it across their organization
  • Understand the impact of human factors in the implementation and effectiveness program
  • Prepare ISO 9001:2015 audit checklists
  • Undertake ISO 9001:2015 Management review meetings

Target Audience

This course is applicable to anyone who deals with ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems by either managing, interacting or auditing the system. These include but are not limited to Quality, QHSE, Compliance and Assurance staff; Internal Auditors; organizational leaders; as well as those new to Quality Management that seek to gain an understanding of the new standard and how to transition.

Target Competencies

  • ISO9001:2015 Standards
  • Gap Analysis Assessment
  • Risk Based Thinking
  • Auditing
  • Quality Management

Course Outline

  • Introduction to ISO and 9001
  • The history of the standard
  • Certification and the process to achieve
  • What is Annex SL
  • Key principals of the change
  • Benefits of the change
  • Integration with other ISO standards
  • 2008 v 2015 comparison matrix
  • Changing terminology and meaning
  • Gap Analysis Audit
  • Leadership
  • The changing emphasis concerning documentation
  • Process management
  • Threats and Opportunities
  • What is the Process Approach
  • Benefits of a Process Approach
  • Introducing Risk through threats and opportunities to a Quality Management Systems
  • James Reason’s Swiss Cheese Model approach to Risk Based Thinking and the Process Approach
  • Why Leadership is now a separate section
  • The importance of Awareness and Communication
  • Internal Audit
  • Management Review
  • The changing emphasis concerning documentation
  • Human Factors of Implementation
  • Expectations on you by a certification body
  • Timeline for transition
  • Leadership expectations
  • How to help your organization through transition