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  1. ProducerRahul Chandran

    Rahul Chandran

    ISO & Other Standards: Do they really add value? - A View on Indian Scenario
    ISO & Other Standards: Do they really add value? - A View on Indian ScenarioWhen we were doing third party internal auditing (ISO Compliance) for organizations, they were not that efficient in a way as per the standard they got certified. One of the reasons is; the organizations go for certifications only because their...
  2. ISO 9001 2015 Consultant Robert Jasper
    Feel free to comment in our group about all auditing matters in regards to the new ISO 9001:2015 standard.

    I am an experienced certified auditor for ISO 9001:2015 quality management standards and I have passed my first ISO Third Party Audit in April 2016. I can give valuable tips and recommendations for internal audit and certfication readiness. That is what this forum is all about - helping each other to successfully audit and transition to ISO 9001:2015 with all new implications like e.g. "risk based thinking" and enhanced audit requirements based on the new ANNEX SL structure and new 7 principles of ISO 9001:2015. Every member of this forum can ask me as administrator and request a free Internal Audit Gap Analysis Checklist tool.
    ISO 9001 2015 Consultant Robert Jasper


    Janet Lentz
    14/08/2016 #1 Janet Lentz
    Hello Robert. I am currently working for a company that is not ISO 9001 certified and probably never will be. I worry a little about letting my knowledge of ISO 9001 slip and how that will affect my future employment.. Can you recommend a good online ISO 9001 training program for someone like me?