The latest revision of ISO is due to be published this month. Read about the key changes to the standard for auditing a quality management system. necessary knowledge described in ISO/IEC and QMS knowledge described in section to of ISO/IEC TS ? Does the audit. Changes have been made to ISO – the standard which details the requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of quality management.
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ISO the context conundrum | CQI | IRCA
Now understanding the context of the business is more important than ever for quality professionals and quality management system auditors alike. International Classification for Standards ICS is an international classification system for technical standards.
As a Category A Liaison to the technical committee that developed the revision, the CQI is well positioned to give you cutting edge information on first hand insight into the standard. It is designed 170211-3 cover every economic sector and virtually every activity of the humankind where technical standards may be used.
ISO 17021-3: the context conundrum
In the past, ISO iao the audit team collectively possessed specific knowledge. We recommend that you check the website of the publishers of the international document before making a purchase. Although this was previously an expectation, to audit effectively against ISO Although we endeavour to maintain an up-to-date catalogue, on occasion we may not have the lso version of a document, including where it has not yet been provided through an international feed.
If you need help with the purchase or have any queries please email enquiries standards. They will also need to make sure they understand the business sectors they audit and they stay up to date with developments in those sectors.
They should also have an appreciation of the issues the organisation is likely to face. Regulatory compliance mark for electrical and electronic equipment – Part 1: Competence ido for auditing and certification of quality management systems This document has been re-assessed by the committee, and judged to still be up to date.
A major difference in the new standard is that this knowledge now needs to be possessed by every auditor in the team. This should ensure a more meaningful dialogue between the auditor and auditee.
Use of the mark You may be interested in this related standard Regulatory compliance mark for electrical and electronic equipment – Part 2: Follow 1702-13 links to find other Standards similar to the one you are viewing.
For CQI members operating certificated quality management systems these developments are significant and keeping on top of the changes is crucial.
Specific requirements for particular regulatory applications You may be interested in this related standard.