The new revision of ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D:2016 focuses on “leadership”, but what is the expectation?
Just how much do my employees genuinely care what happens to the company’s future? If you aren’t sure of the answers yet, it’s OK.
Many auditors write non-conformance’s simply because the company being audited does not flow down each and every requirement of 8.4.3 to their supply base… but is that right?
This month we spoke to Training Administrator, Sean McDonagh, for his views on NQA, his top tips on certification and how you can excel through training.
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.