In Reply to Parent Post by MVladimir
Cl. 5.6.1. ISO 9001 requires from the organization to assess opportunities for improvement and the need for changes to the quality management system, including the quality policy and quality objectives. At the same time in accordance with Cl. 5.4.1. quality objectives shall be established at relevant functions and levels within the organization.
Does the records from management reviews shall necessarily include review of quality objectives, established at relevant levels?
If I may, I'd like to answer your question with a question...
How can you assess Opportunities for Improvement and the need for changes to the QMS, including Quality Objectives, without reviewing Quality Objectives (and whether they have been established at relevent levels or not)?
If you look at 5.6.2 "Review input", f) and g) focus on changes to the system and recommendations for improvement. This could mean changing the quality objectives, or how they have been implemented, or how they have been established.
I think that it would make very good sense if the records from Management Review showed that the Quality Objectives were reviewed by Management and found to be suitable - or reviewed and found not to be suitable and appropriate action items generated.