Revisions to the new standard include concepts that can be challenging to audit. This workshop will help participants learn about the differences between ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 9001:2015 and how the changes will impact your internal audit program. The new ISO standard is used in the workshop, with hands-on activities focused on how to interpret the requirements.
This program has been designed and will be conducted to help you:
- Have thorough understanding of the standard and what it means.
- Identify the differences between the 9001:2008 and 9001:2015 and classify clause alignment between the two standards.
- Define requirements between the Quality Management System and the business objectives of the organization while learning the impact of an auditor’s role in auditing business processes and results.
- Identify the implications of procedures and records requirements removal.
- Identify the specific requirements and appropriate evidence that are associated with the increased focus on the process approach.
- Gain an understanding of the requirements for documented information and the impact on the audit process including identification of audit evidence.
- Recognize the new requirements for risk-based thinking, planning and organizational knowledge.
- Practice auditing to the new standard with real-world observations.
Who Should Attend:
People with prior auditing experience who are responsible for managing and coordinating an audit function, audit program leaders, business leaders, and individuals responsible for escorting second or third party auditors. The course applies to process-based audits for ISO 9001:2015.