Corporate Training

ISO 9001: 2015

Newly established version ISO 9001: 2015 Corporate Training developed and recommended by the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. The ISO 9000 series of standards are applicable to all organizations that want to ensure a consistent ability to satisfy customer requirements. ISO 9001:2015 Certification is accepted world wide as an assurance to customers, sub contractors and prospective partners that the company is reliable and able to consistently meet its contractual obligations.

It is more process based, the execution will be more compatible with how our clients do business, and will break down the artificial barriers between the elements of the standard that have existed. By focusing more on process flows, customer satisfaction and continual improvement of the QMS, as it is believed that these changes will allow us to provide more added value for the clients. ISO 9001: 2015 is based upon eight Corporate Training principles providing a framework to guide organizations towards continual improvement.

Risk Assessment in ISO 9001:2015:

The 2015 revision emphasizes risk-based thinking throughout the entire Corporate Training process. This means:

  • Identifying & Analyzing Risks : You need to actively identify potential risks that could impact quality, both internal and external.
  • Evaluating Risk Severity : Assess the likelihood and potential impact of each risk on your objectives.
  • Developing Mitigation Strategies : Implement controls and actions to minimize the impact of identified risks.
  • Continuous Improvement : Regularly review and update your risk assessments and mitigation strategies based on new information or changes in the organization.

Benefits of Risk Assessment:

  • Proactive identification and mitigation of potential quality issues.
  • More informed decision-making based on accurate risk analysis.
  • Improved resource allocation by focusing on addressing critical risks.
  • Enhanced preparedness for unexpected events and challenges.