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Old 19th June 2016, 06:39 PM
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Re: Risk Management Implementation for ISO 9001:2015

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What's the risk associated with Managers contradicting each other during audits? (I've often experienced this!! ). My recommendation? Develop a risk matrix.

It represents "lessons learned." It helps to retain knowledge. And it should be part of "organizational knowledge."

Comments folks?
I look forward to seeing anything and everything that is effective for the organization. It occurs to me that the tools used might be selected based on the organization's management system maturity. Those with less maturity and less confidence might opt for an adapted FMEA format. Risk Matrices are excellent alternatives and I look forward to reviewing these as well, for those whose systems find them the best fit.
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Old 19th June 2016, 10:43 PM
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Re: Risk Management Implementation for ISO 9001:2015

Managers contradicting each other during audits...
whooo...seems like the organization is not streamlined in policy, audit scope, etc...

risk matrix - yes ! of course..., including...

Geographical risks
Supply chain risks
Political risks
location risk
product risk
logistics risks
plotical risks
etc...
all what applies to the individual organization,
holistic view is the key
needs mostly a global continuity strategy PLUS a local contingency strategy,
put it all in one risk mitigation plan,
FMEA can be part of it and cover also a lot of it, if done good,
to cover all or at least set up mitigation thinking...
but highest priority numbers must keep the "customer comes first" in mind,
even with lower RPN, must be mitigated best,
that's the right set of "risk based thinking" third party auditors will except
hope that helps...
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Old 20th June 2016, 05:35 AM
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Re: Risk Management Implementation for ISO 9001:2015

RBT can be factored into the following processes:
  • when the organization convenes during their strategic or business planning (SWOT and other Risk Management tools can be used);
  • during design and development of new products, services and processes (FMEA is useful for most companies, for ISO/TS companies they don't have a choice, for the food sector they have HACCP);
  • in identifying the necessary controls to prevent illnesses and injuries to ensure a "suitable environment" as specified in clause 7.1.4 of ISO 9001:2015 (job hazard analysis or HIRAC is useful);
  • in ensuring companies are environment friendly (Aspect/Impact ID and Assessment should be carried out);
  • in identifying controls to ensure Business Continuity (labor problems, equipment failure, alternative site, man-made and natural disasters should be considered);
  • whenever there are changes in the existing controls (a procedure for Management of Change should be considered);
  • when we introduce corrections or corrective actions (identification of the "residual risks" or the remaining risk after treatment can be considered);
  • when auditing the processes (auditors may check if there are controls in place on the risks that may occur in the realization of their processes, if not available then OFIs can be identified)
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Old 20th June 2016, 06:09 AM
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There is no need to panic in regards with risked based thinking. I am sure that most of the organization conduct their SWOT analysis. if not, I would advise them to conduct it because I strongly believe that it is the right way of identifying all risks and opportunities of the organization.
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Old 20th June 2016, 11:39 AM
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Re: Risk Management Implementation for ISO 9001:2015

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Here are some thoughts regarding Risk Management.

ISO 9001:2015 does not require this effort to be documented.

Top Management (Managers/Process Owners) will likely be interviewed regarding how this has been considered and implemented in the processes they own or manage.

What's the risk associated with Managers contradicting each other during audits? (I've often experienced this!! ). My recommendation? Develop a risk matrix.

It represents "lessons learned." It helps to retain knowledge. And it should be part of "organizational knowledge."

Comments folks?
Agree Stijloor and thanks for the comment.
Before everyone undertakes an across the board risk analysis process,
suggest reading article by John Guzik in the June issue of Quality Progress
("Prove It. How to demonstrate risk-based thinking for auditors).
General conclusion of the article: risk based thinking does not require a new
tool or process like risk management, FMEA, or other. Use your existing
processes like Management Review, Internal audits, etc. to demonstrate
risk-based thinking. Its an interesting article, but of course I cannot
attach it due to copyright concerns.
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Old 20th June 2016, 11:54 AM
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Re: Risk Management Implementation for ISO 9001:2015

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In Reply to Parent Post by Zearl View Post

Agree Stijloor and thanks for the comment.
Before everyone undertakes an across the board risk analysis process,
suggest reading article by John Guzik in the June issue of Quality Progress
("Prove It. How to demonstrate risk-based thinking for auditors).
General conclusion of the article: risk based thinking does not require a new
tool or process like risk management, FMEA, or other. Use your existing
processes like Management Review, Internal audits, etc. to demonstrate
risk-based thinking. Its an interesting article, but of course I cannot
attach it due to copyright concerns.
If you are logged in to ASQ, here's a direct link to the article: http://asq.org/quality-progress/2016.../prove-it.html
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Old 6th February 2017, 05:42 AM
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I Say... Auditing ISO 9001 RBT (aka Risk Management) Compliance

Let's hear from auditors. It's February 2017. How are you auditing RBT?

Questions you ask? Documents you expect to see. ISO 9001 clauses you link to RBT.
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Old 14th April 2017, 10:39 PM
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Re: Auditing ISO 9001 RBT (aka Risk Management) Compliance

Crickets. What a shame!
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