ISO 9001:2015 - The difference between 6.1.1b and 6.1.1d - IMHO, d) implies b)


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Anybody can tell the difference between 6.1.1b and 6.1.1d? IMHO, d) implies b)...


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Just winging it here...

The context is actions to address risks and opportunities. So for example, you may define a mitigation for a risk and then you may be able to demonstrate that the mitigations were able to enhance desirable effects. Conversely, opportunities may arise where you can achieve improvement. And I can think of cases where risks could drive improvements and opportunities could enhance desirable effects.

I can see a place for both, however a fine line there may be.
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