Adding risk management and other techniques to a corrective action system can help ensure better identification of critical issues for a more efficient, less interrupted corrective action process and improved corrective solutions.
RISK IS GIVEN A FRONT-AND-CENTER PRESENCE IN SECTION 6 OF THE STANDARD.
October 2, 2015
Years in the making, the ISO 9001:2015 revision has been published. Prior to the release date, auditors, inspectors, quality managers, and many others studied the initial drafts in an attempt to understand the changes.
In this webinar, we will look into the concept of risk-based thinking, what it means and how you can apply risk to your Quality Management System. We will specifically look at some of the core tenets of Risk Management, discuss how the standard looks at risk, and look into some of the details around automating risk.