ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 are based in part on a principle of Risk-Based Thinking (RBT) which provides a structured, measurable approach to the issues that are most likely to impact organizations.
Risk is defined in both standards as the effect of uncertainty. Although risk is more commonly characterized as negative, the standards also address the positive side of uncertainty; opportunity.
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- Why the increased emphasis on risk?
- How are risks and opportunities addressed in the new standards?
- Who is responsible for risk-based thinking and how does it drive cultural engagement?
- How will better managing risk benefit my organization?
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