Author: Joe Mansour The ISO 9001:2015 standard was first announced in September of 2015, leaving a three-year window to update ISO 9001, but with less than six months left in that window, more and more organizations are gearing up to make the necessary enhancements, and more »
By: Ganesh Rao, President and CEO Certified organizations around the world are in the process of upgrading their management systems to comply with the 2015 revisions to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards. Although the transition deadline of September 2018 looks far away, most organizations more »
DQS Inc. is proud to say that we have had our first customer successfully upgrade to ISO 9001:2015. Congratulations to Extron, Inc.! Please see their statement on the upgrade below. Extron, Inc. is proud and excited to be the first DQS customer to be more »
We are thrilled to be able to share with you the below article written by Edward Grissom, General Manager at DQS Lebanon. In the article Grissmon shares a conversation he had with one of their customers about transitioning to ISO 9001:2015 and shows the evolving more »
Following the articles we were able to share with our customers from DQS Argentina and DQS Taiwan, we are now proud to present an article by Soong KV from DQS Malaysia. Changes of this latest version of ISO 9001 compare to its previous version of more »
DQS Inc. is proud to be a global company with offices all around the world. We were recently able to share an article on the ISO 9001:2015 revision from our Argentina office and are now proud to present a question and answer document from Rock more »
DQS Inc.’s ANAB accreditation now includes ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 and can transition clients to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015. The transition is recognized on the ANAB website. DQS is accredited to issue ANAB-accredited certificates following the transition requirements within ANAB’s Accreditation Rule 21.
The revision process of the ISO9001:2015 quality management standard is now finally complete. It was approved with an overwhelming majority and not a single country voted against the FDIS. Now, ISO is pleased to announce the official publication of ISO 9001:2015 on its website, and the standard can more »
For everyone who has been asking about the ISO 9001:2015 revisions, here is the latest information that is available. ISO-9001:2015 is still in Committee Draft (CD) status. The ISO member bodies did vote to move it to a Draft International Standard (DIS) once comments from more »
The ISO 9001:2015 draft standard is now open for public comment until July 21, 2013. Click on this link and create your free account to download the information as well as the template needed to submit any comments.