ISO9001:2015 Quality Management Systems: New Concepts - Follow-up

Duration 75 Mins
Level Basic & Intermediate & Advanced
Webinar ID IQW19G0738

  • The seven QMS principles
  • Impact upon businesses
  • New language – simplified, changed, new emphasis
  • Summary of the key changes
  • Defining the organization
  • Management responsibility – using leadership to embed the quality message
  • Process approach: still a keystone of ISO9001
  • Plan, do, check, act – The Deming Cycle of quality
  • Risk as a preventive tool
  • From CAPA to risk planning and corrective action
  • PDCA cycle with risks and opportunities

Overview of the webinar

  • Did you define the context of your organization accurately
  • How well did you apply the seven QMS principles
  • How well did the management team take up their responsibility for delivering quality across the organization
  • A recap of the new high-level structure of ISO9001:2015
  • Quality in terms of support to operations
  • New aspects of performance evaluation and improvement
  • The importance of leadership and planning
  • Pinpointing when to apply risk and opportunity analysis within the quality management system cycle
  • How to use risk and opportunity to drive organizational change to achieve improvement

Who should attend?

  • Quality Assurance Managers
  • Heads of Quality
  • Quality Officers
  • Operations Managers
  • Production Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Department Managers
  • Quality Assurance Personnel

Why should you attend?

  • Access the latest BSI ISO9001:2015 ideas on organizational best practice in quality management
  • Insight into the rationale behind the changes, post-implementation (since September 2018)
  • The webinar allows you to benchmark your business against the Standard as well as the expectations of notified bodies
  • Current issues regarding shortfalls in interpretation

Faculty - Dr.Madeleine S. Fairweather

Dr Madeleine S. Fairweather Ph.D., MRSB, is a Quality management systems expert: Twenty years’ quality management experience in private industry and public sector with ISO9001. Member of British Standards Institute and BSI QS/1 Committee.  Public course writer and presenter in consultation with ISO Technical Committee TC 176, sub-committee 2, responsible for revision and content of the BS EN ISO 9001 Standard.

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