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Old 18th August 2018, 08:41 PM
Helmut Jilling

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Re: Risk Management in ISO 9001:2015

In Reply to Parent Post by qualprod View Post

Thanks a lot, Helmut.
My other doubt is criteria for the the risk closeout.
After implement actions to mitigate risks, the residual risk, is low or high?
Well , here again, to use common sense, to decide if risk now is low enough to close it, only by the perception.
Thanks again
Risk actions are not always closed..... you are dealing with potential situations... the only way to close it is to be sure that the root causes have been totally eliminated. That is why the standard refers to “mitigating” risk..... after you have taken the planned actions, assess the remaining risk using the same criteria.... did you significantly reduce or deal with the risk?

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