The Cove Business Standards Discussion Forums
Monitor the Elsmar Forum
Courtesy Quick Links

Links Elsmar Cove visitors will find useful in the quest for knowledge and support:

Jennifer Kirley's
Conway Business Services

International Quality Services

Marcelo Antunes'
SQR Consulting, and
Medical Devices Expert Forum

Bob Doering
Bob Doering's Blogs and,
Correct SPC - Precision Machining

Ajit Basrur
Claritas Consulting, LLC

International Standards Bodies - World Wide Standards Bodies

AIAG - Automotive Industry Action Group

ASQ - American Society for Quality

International Organization for Standardization - ISO Standards and Information

NIST's Engineering Statistics Handbook

IRCA - International Register of Certified Auditors

SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers

Quality Digest

IEST - Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology

Single Post View
Old 18th August 2018, 11:00 PM

Total Posts: 159
Re: Risk Management in ISO 9001:2015

Thanks Jen
To keep risks opened as you suggest, it will be a hard job to keep risk a monitored.
I think we need to find an easier way for the management.
To keep risks under control, it needs time and efforts.
I remember you suggested a worksheet to register risk, I found it interesting, but some doubts came up, in criteria you used to classify risk values, and actions according to the values obtained, could you clarify it?

Sponsored Links

The time now is 03:11 PM. All times are GMT -4.
Your time zone can be changed in your UserCP --> Options.

Misc. Internal Links

NOTE: This forum uses "Cookies"