Find out how this steel pipe and tube applications company successfully managed their ISO 9001:2015 transition across a global multi-site organization.
This guide has been developed to share the experiences of our clients that have already successfully transitioned to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.
With the publication of ISO 14001:2015 this past September, many organizations are now considering their transition to the revised standard. This webcast provides a suggested plan to help you through a smooth transition journey and covers some key information.
In this podcast series, Steve Williams, System and Governance Manager at Lloyd's Register, who is also a member of ISO/PC 283 - the project committee responsible for developing the new standard - introduces the new standard and explains the first steps organizations can take to migrate.
ISO 45001 is the world’s first international standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S) management. When ISO 45001 is published, it is expected that BS OHSAS 18001, the widely used British Standard for Occupational Health and Safety management will be withdrawn and there will be an agreed migration period to the new standard.
An LRQA Assessor Manager shares his views on the role that training has to play in a successful transition journey, and the added value it can deliver. With so many new and changed areas of
focus within both ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015, no organization can begin their transition journey without first understanding these; training is a good place to start. Download this interview to find out the answers to common questions around the transitions.
Access here to download the ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015 webcasts and explore the increased focus and expectations on leadership with the new ISO standards.
An assessor shares lessons learned from organizations that have already completed their transitional assessment.
Richard Crute-Morris, LRQA Global Lead for ISO 9001, considers how the revision to 9001 is truly a once-in-a lifecycle opportunity for organizations to drive supply chain collaboration, thereby reducing their risks and improving their performance.
LRQA has been delivering SMETA audits since 2008 and our unique assessment methodology ensures our Sedex Member Ethical Trade Audits (SMETA) focus on the areas and risks that are important to your business, key stakeholders and supply chain.