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Old 24th August 2017, 03:31 PM
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A preview of the ISO 19011 DIS is available.

Interesting to note that an ISO Project Committee (PC 302) was formed. ISO 19011 used to be in the domain of the ISO TC176. It then became a joint product of TC 176 and 207. Now, ISO 19011 is supposed to be used for auditing ANY TYPE/DISCIPLINE of management system, so it has to be an "universal" document, not only for QMS and EMS auditing, but also for Information Security, Food Safety, Energy Management, Anti-Bribery, etc....

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Link: ISO/DIS 19011 - Guidelines for auditing management systems
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Old 26th August 2017, 04:58 PM
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I'm going to be a US commentator for my group so I'll be tracking this Thread guys. The distinction between internal and external auditors is already high up on the pile.
As an instructor I would like to see a forum that creates an develop scenarios to teach hoe to audit in the class room so that new student would see how to recognize events.

The standard should also cover non conformance and guidance in reviewing with an emphasis in Root Cause Analysis.

updated definition on ethics and consulting - they are fussy at best.

resource material and availability to find it.

Stronger requirements / education for internal auditors and consultant
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Old 5th July 2018, 03:09 PM
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The 2018 Edition of ISO 19011 is now released.

For the ISO article, point your browsers to: Auditing standard for management system standards now updated

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“Other key changes in the 2018 version include the addition of a risk-based approach to the principles of auditing to reflect the enhanced focus on risk in both management standards and in the marketplace,” she said.
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