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Old 13th September 2016, 07:53 AM
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Please Help! All the risk assessments - ISO 9001:2015 requirements

Hello

I am due to start working on the 2015 revision
Scared out of my mind - still dont quite understand what's going on

All the risk assessments

Who's gone through the re-certification already and can share some pointers???



Much appreciated
Moncia

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Old 13th September 2016, 12:53 PM
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Re: All the risk assessments - ISO 9001:2015 requirements

If you have implemented all the new requirements into your system, and the system is processes based, and process owners are training in RTB, and the employ this in their processes, a good Risk Assessment activity is to conduct and internal audit on all the processes.

What, you are already doing an internal audit on all the processes?

Wow, it looks as if you already are employing RTB in your system.

Now, the trick is to explain that (PLAN), and to capture the activities (DOCUMENTED INFORMATION).

Don't over think it. You do it all already, I'll bet.
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Old 13th September 2016, 01:11 PM
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Re: All the risk assessments - ISO 9001:2015 requirements

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Hello

I am due to start working on the 2015 revision
Scared out of my mind - still dont quite understand what's going on

All the risk assessments

Who's gone through the re-certification already and can share some pointers???



Much appreciated
Moncia
Moncia, is your organization already ISO 9001:2008? If so, it would probably not be too resource-intensive to do a gap analysis to the new requirements - even if only a 'table-top' exercise with senior management. This approach would have them become familiar with the new standard and could serve as one way to demonstrate their commitment.

That said, we have discussed the risk assessments/management in this thread - perhaps your concerns have already been addressed.
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Old 14th September 2016, 03:46 AM
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Re: All the risk assessments - ISO 9001:2015 requirements

yes
we are ISO 2008

but from what i heard - you have to pretty much re-write all you procedures

i might be mistaken

like i said - i am just getting started

not really sure where to start from
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Old 14th September 2016, 11:34 AM
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Re: All the risk assessments - ISO 9001:2015 requirements

Don't be too mortified! I too am in the same position of transitioning my organization to the new 2015 standard, and to the 2016 IATF standard (once released.)

As a resource, I've posted a GAP analysis done by NQA, for your reference.
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Thank You to dubrizo for your informative Post and/or Attachment!
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Old 14th September 2016, 11:40 AM
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Re: All the risk assessments - ISO 9001:2015 requirements

Thank you

much appreciated
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