ISO 9001:2015 Non-conformances and Corrective Actions Explained
Uncover the technicalities of the ISO 9001:2015 standard and how to audit this standard with this free online course.Publisher: LaTorie Martin
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If you are interested in learning how to thoroughly conduct audits or prepare your company for certification body audits, then this ISO certification is for you. It begins by defining objective evidence and debunking common misconceptions about it. In addition, the crucial terms typically used in audit reports will be explained. If your organization's Quality Management System (QMS) is an afterthought, you will learn how the proper adoption of ISO can be used to increase the quality of products and services.
This ISO 9001 certification builds a clear and concise explanation of what the ISO 9001:2015 standard requires and provides real-life examples of what auditors should look for and what auditees should expect from an auditor during an audit. This course provides clarity on the more basic elements and advanced principles alike, no matter where you are in your ISO journey.
The content is presented by an engineer who has implemented and developed quality systems and certified companies to the standard. Some of what you will learn includes common misconceptions, what objective evidence is, the differences between requirements and recommendations, the many important components of an audit and its checklist along with the many forms of objectives used by businesses to satisfy requirements. If you are in the fields of quality assurance and/or quality checking (QA and QC) or if you are an aspiring auditor, then you should enrol for this technical course that debunks common myths about the auditing process, why the ISO 9001:2015 standard is important and what you can do to remain compliant.Start Course Now
Rationale of Objective Evidence
Rationale of Objective Evidence - Learning Outcomes
Objective Evidence and Audit Finding Categories
Nonconformance and Severity
Objective Evidence of Conformity
Rationale of Objective Evidence - Lesson Summary
The Importance of "Shall"
The Importance of "Shall" - Learning Outcomes
All About "Shall"
Audit Checklist and Infrastructure
The Importance of "Shall" - Lesson Summary
Confusing Terminology Leads to Non-Conformances
Confusing Terminology Leads to Non-Conformances - Learning Outcomes
Confusing Terms and Quality Objectives
Interested Parties and Competence Records
Risks and Opportunities
Confusing Terminology Leads to Non-Conformances - Lesson Summary
Using Objective Evidence to Meet ISO Requirements
Using Objective Evidence to Meet ISO Requirements - Learning Outcomes
Monitoring and Measuring Resources
Control and Writing the Non-conformance
Corrective Actions and Conclusion
Using Objective Evidence to Meet ISO Requirements - Lesson Summary
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Outline the common misconceptions about objective evidence
- Define the concept of objective evidence
- Distinguish the differences between minor and major nonconformance
- Describe how a client may conform to objective evidence
- Recognize the difference between requirements and recommendations
- Determine if and how your organization is meeting ISO standards
- Summarize all the important components of an Internal Audit Checklist
- Compare and Distinguish between important but unfamiliar terms (i.e. Quality Objectives, Interested Parties, Competency Records, and Risk and Opportunities).
- List the ISO requirements for Quality Objectives, Interested Parties, Competency Records, and Risk Assessment.
- Recall the types of objective evidence that businesses might use to meet monitoring and measurement requirements
- Examine the various forms of objectives used by the enterprises to satisfy the requirements
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