As the publication of ISO 45001 draws nearer, proactive organizations are taking steps to prepare. It is possible for your organization to begin the gap analysis process early.
ISO 9001 has “risks and opportunities” documented all through it. Let’s step back and think about why we document anything to begin with, and then look at how that applies to “risk”.
Have you ever imagined an environment that is not green, full of waste, and unclean? Preserving and protecting our environment should be one of the main goals of the government of every country across the globe.
In this month’s 60 Seconds NQA Auditor Dave Robinson tells us his top tips for getting the most out of your management system and how keeping on top of it makes things easier in the long run.
Context is one of the corner stones of the revision and potentially generated the highest number of questions from clients. In response to these questions we have created this article.
QuEST Forum’s Code of Practice includes several requirements specifically aimed at TL 9000-registered companies: do you know what they are?
To understand what is required, we need to look at the particular clause in ISO 9001:2015, firstly the client has to identify what the particular risk is to the business.
New NQA Assessor, Kevin Bayliss talks to us about some of his most memorable audits, including a site inspection on a multi-million pound luxury yacht and highlights an example of where a client has benefited from certification.