ISO 9001 CERTIFICATION IN INDIA
Inzinc provides ISO 9001 Certification in India to ensure that our clients reap the benefits of establishment, implementation, maintenance and improvement of a Quality management system.
Organizations that implement and get certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard ensure the establishment of a Quality Management System to consistently meet customer and other interested party requirements thereby achieving their business objectives.
The latest ISO 9001:2015 standard was published by the ISO on 15th September 2015. This standard version effectively cancels and supersedes the earlier ISO 9001:2008 version.
Benefits of ISO 9001:2015 Certification
(Benefits of ISO 9001 Certification in India)
Below are benefits that can be realized by an organization through the ISO 9001 Certification in India:
- Enhanced confidence of meeting organizational goals since Risk based thinking is now a vital part of the ISO 9001:2015 standard
- Enhanced trust factor with Customer and other interested parties
- Improved decision making through facts and evidences
- Improved Productivity, efficiency and effectiveness and hence better profits.
- Better relationship management with the interested parties.
- Reduction in operational wastes thus ensuring lean management.
- Puts a solid foundation for continual improvement culture in the organization.
- Opens the door to global business opportunities.
- Provides better cutting edge over fellow competitors.
- It is a matter of pride to achieve and sustain the ISO 9001:2015 Certification for an organization.
- The engagement of employees can be a morale booster since employees feel recognized and valued for their ideas and suggestions to improve organization and its processes.
- Organizations that deliver consistent quality can boost their corporate image and perception
ISO 9001 Revision – Transitioning from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015
In today’s dynamic world, change is the only constant. ISO standards are not an exception either. The ISO has recognized the need to keep standards up-to-date to help stay relevant to the modern technology, concepts and practices prevalent in the marketplace and keep pace with the changes in the global economy.
To guide organizations in adapting to the growing customer needs, the ISO 9001 has undergone revision from the 2008 version to the 2015 version, whichwas published in September 2015.
ISO 9001 revision 2015 changes
Significant changes in the new ISO 9001:2015 standard are as given below:
- The new ISO 9001 version has a common higher level structure and text with the intent to make integration with other management system standards easier.
- Risk based Thinking: The new ISO 9001:2015 version gives more importance to risk based thinking. It emphasizes on a risk-based approach. Risk will be integral to the entire quality management system. Preventive action from ISO 9001:2008 has been replaced by risk management and planning.
- ISO 9001 Documentation: The requirements of the new version are less prescriptive. For instance, instead of the explicit need for traditional documentation like a quality manual, it suggests for a more flexible documented information. However, this will not imply that organizations who currently have a quality manual need to change or discard. It is only that the flexibility of documentation is increased, where relevant information can be retained and can be made available when needed. This makes it more flexible for service-related organizations.
- The new concept of Context of the Organization requires that the organization while determining its environment should not only consider customers, employees and suppliers, but also those who get affected by their operations for instance the communities in which they operate or may have significant influence.
What to do for Organizations already certified to ISO 9001:2008?
You will have to transit your quality management system from ISO 9001:2008 to the new ISO 9001:2015 and seek certification to it. However, you will be given a three-year transition period from September 2015 to move to the 2015 version. This implies that, after the end of September 2018, a ISO 9001:2008 certificate will not be valid any more.
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