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ISO 90001 2015 course in Islamabad

Since the understanding of these issues arises from strategic planning at the executive level, “Context of the organization” ensures that leadership becomes aware of the importance of the integrated QMS in the organization’s strategic priorities, which also complements the priorities of Section 5 on Leadership Responsibilities.vii Organizations must also consider the scope of the QMS to ensure that its applicability and boundaries serve the requirements of interested parties (both internal and external) and the products and services that form the core of the organization’s business. “Context” also covers an audit of existing processes and the requirements for new processes, as well as the resources and inputs needed to support them, that the QMS might require.

Risk-based thinking has always been part of ISO 9001, but the 2015 standard has made this approach more explicit. While ISO 9001:2015 sometimes seems to present “risk” as the opposite of “opportunity,” it actually provides a more nuanced concept of risk as it applies to an organization. In this approach, opportunities arise from favourable situations intended to achieve a positive result, such as developing a new product or enhancing an old one to attract new customers or enter a new market. Such opportunities can also carry risks associated with change. For example, enhancing an older product could alienate existing customers or create supply chain problems when sourcing parts to repair older models.viii ISO 9001:2015 therefore defines risk not as the probability of loss or damage, but as “the effect of uncertainty.”ix Risk carries a possibility of loss, but also the possibility of opportunity. Not all risks result in loss, nor in opportunities, but an awareness of the circumstances in which each of them can arise results in a more effective QMS that facilitates positive results and mitigates negative ones.

ISO 9001:2015 does not provide prescriptive methods for implementing or documenting risk management in an organization. As with other sections of the standard, it is up to each organization to determine their own approach to managing risk and the level of risk with which they are comfortable.

ISO 90001 2015 course in Islamabad