Over the coming weeks we will examine the challenges and frustrations experienced by internal auditors, as well as suggesting how these may be overcome. Each of these articles will explore a different Imperative in turn.
It's been made quite clear that ISO 14001:2015 does not require a formal risk assessment process, it's up to you as an organization to decide what risk assessment approaches are appropriate to you and your business.
While the main benefit to attaining certification is the improved efficiency and accountability it brings, it is also a unique selling point and a great way of setting your business apart from the competition.
Perhaps the first question to ask is “why should we perform internal audits?” The most obvious answer to this question is that ISO 9001:2015 clause 9.2 says so... read more.
ISO 22000, the international food safety standard that specifies the requirements to ensure safe production within the entire food chain, from farm to fork, has now been revised, find out more here.
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