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9001Academy Offers Matrix of ISO/DIS 9001:2015 vs. ISO 9001:2008

A free, systematic comparison of upcoming changes to the ISO 9001:2008 standard

Published: Monday, April 13, 2015 - 17:11

(9001Academy: Zagreb, Croatia) -- The experts at 9001Academy have produced a matrix to help address some of the questions and confusion stemming from the soon-to-be-released ISO 9001:2015 update to the ISO 9001:2008 quality management systems standard. The matrix can be downloaded in PDF form here.

9001Academy has attempted to address some of the more pressing concerns, such as the new section 4.3 that was related to the 4.2.2 Quality Manual section in the previous ISO 9001 standard. In ISO 9001:2015 the quality manual is no longer mandatory; however, the requirement for determining and documenting scope remains.

Additionally, new sections in ISO 9001:2015 are addressed, such as 6.1—Actions to address risks and opportunities. This is a completely new requirement. When planning the QMS, the organization will need to determine the risks and opportunities affecting it.

“We’ve tried to address the concerns many smaller and medium-sized businesses have regarding the soon-to-be-published ISO 9001:2015 standard—businesses that don’t have the extra budget to retain high-priced consultants and evaluators,” says Strahinja Stojanovic, ISO 9001 senior expert at 9001Academy. “We provide all the tools for businesses to implement ISO 9001:2015 on their own.”

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9001Academy specializes in supporting companies during the implementation of the universally recognized quality management system ISO 9001. For that purpose, we have brought together some of the leading experts in ISO 9001 to provide high-quality articles and tools to help professionals implement this complex standard using the Do-It-Yourself approach. Everything needed to implement ISO 9001 is contained in the toolkits, including templates and detailed documentation, so that there is no need to pay significant costs to a consultant. For deeper questions, personalized and live support is available from real experts in the field.