ISO standards change regularly to ensure they are fit for purpose and to keep up with the demands of stakeholders - find out about significant changes affecting ISO management systems standards.
Annex SL is the standard that defines the new high level structure for all ISO management systems standards.
ISO 9001:2015 was published in September 2015, it includes significant changes, explained here.
The latest version of the international standard for environmental management systems has been published.
ISO 45001, the replacement of OHSAS 18001, has now reached Draft International Standard 2 (DIS 2) status.
ISO/TS 16949 has undergone major revision and was released on the 1st October 2016 as the First Edition of IATF 16949.
The IATF released ‘The Rules for Achieving and Maintaining IATF Recognition - 5th Edition’ in November 2016.
The AS91XX:2016 series of standards (AS9100, AS9120 and AS9110) has undergone a major revision with release dates late 2016.
IAQG has revised one of the constituent parts of the AS 9100 series of requirements.
TL 9000:2016 was published in July 2016 by QuEST Forum. It includes significant changes inherited from ISO 9001:2015.
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