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ISO 9001:2015 How To Transition Successfully

21 June 2016
This webinar is to assist you with the process of transition of your ISO9001:2008 certification to ISO 9001:2015.

All ISO 9001:2008 certificates will expire in September 2018, so although there is no need to panic, you do need to start thinking about how and when you wish to transition.

Our objective is to make this process as clear and concise as we can, and to this end, we are offering a series of webinars, How to Transition Successfully, we highly recommend registering to attend each one for more practical tips and guidance.  

We outline the transition options available to you, and offer some hints and tips to enable a smooth transition. Key to this will be good planning and communications by all parties.

This is not a technical webinar and so does not go into detail about changes to the standard itself. Rather, it is a webinar explaining the process and what you need to do to transition your certification.

For more detailed and practical guidance, book onto a 1-day transition workshop specifically for ISO 9001:2015 - click here.

If you have any questions or would like to speak to a member of the team either complete our contact us form or call us on 0800 052 2424.

Who is Margaret Rooney?

Margaret has been a Regional Assessor with NQA since 2008, specialising in QMS and EMS auditing. She has, more recently, been actively involved in helping assessors prepare for the ISO 9001:2015 transition.

Prior to joining NQA, Margaret spent 18 years at Cranfield University, where she completed a PhD in Quality Assurance, and progressed to Senior Lecturer.

Responsibilities included development work in applying the principles of ISO 9001 to services and public services, and course director of an MSc in Quality Management. She then spent seven years with the Environment Agency as an Environmental Management Advisor in the Anglian Region. Responsibilities included ensuring compliance to environmental legislation, and maintenance of the ISO 14001 system at regional level.