Recently the ISO Central Secretariat issued the new ISO 9001:2015 standard. With it comes a variety of changes – some large, some small, but all requiring you to interpret and implement new processes within your existing quality management system.
Change is never easy. However, Quality Solution’s ISO 9001:2015 transition specialists will help ensure that each change required by this transition also represents an improvement to your business processes.
Our Certified Lead Auditors are already certified to the 2015 standard and our President, John Dickey, is a member of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group TAG 176. He played a role in the creation and interpretation of the new standard, and was a member of the subcommittees on Internal Audits and Implementation. As a result, we have been able to spend the past two years working relentlessly to design simple and effective processes and tools to help our clients navigate through the change process. Our goal is to minimize the time it takes to revise your documentation and help implement proven and effective risk management tools.
To this end, we’ve developed our FastTrack ISO 9001:2015 system. It approaches each business on its own terms, allowing us to customize our tools and methods to meet your unique requirements.
With the FastTrack ISO 9001:2015 system:
- We have a roadmap to easily upgrade your QMS documentation to meet the new standard.
- We help you easily demonstrate the use of risk-based thinking in your management reviews, quality plans, design processes, etc.
- We provide tools to avoid auditor misinterpretation of areas which no longer require formal documentation.
- We audit your company to the new standard and assure you pass your recertification audit and surveillance audits under the new standard.
- We accomplish the changes with limited disruption to your business, minimizing time and costs.
ISO 9001:2015 is not something we should fear. Instead, why not make your ISO 9001 2015 transition with a firm that is a member of the US TAG 176 – like Quality Solutions? Go to recognized experts for interpretation of the standards!