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Old 6th June 2017, 06:16 AM

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Re: Integrating API Spec Q1 with ISO 9001:2015

In Reply to Parent Post by QAMTY View Post

I think, those are differents things
Avisgope please explain, what do you mean with correlation? (relationship?)
There is not any specific relationship with APi, or ASTM.
under ISO, into your processes, yo can use API, ASTM or whatever and if you want to be certified on ISO, go with an ISO CB, and if you want to be certified under API, or ASTM look for those entities which certify you on such standards.

I hope this helps

Pd Im ISO certified for one side and on the other side , Im certified on ASTM, We manufacture pressure vessels.
Maybe I have not put it in the right way. We do have QMS which meets the requirement of ISO 9001:2008 and API Spec Q1, ninth edition. We are certified to both API as well as ISO 9K. Since ISO 9001:2008 has been revised to ISO 9001:2015 we need to capture in the additional requirements of ISO 9001:2015.
API Spec Q1 till the eighth edition had good correlation to ISO 9001:2008 with additional requirements. Now API Spec Q1 is likely to be revised to 10th Edition which in turn will be aligned with latest ISO 9001:2015 requirements( with of course additional requirements).

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