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ISO 9001:2015 - Just published!

Discussion in 'ISO 9001:2015 - Quality Management Systems' started by Somashekar, Sep 23, 2015.

  1. Somashekar

    Somashekar Moderator Staff Member

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    The international version is published. The ANSI is not available yet, not 'til October. Any difference in the two?
     
  3. Andy Nichols

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    I'd guess that since it's ANSI/ASQ Q9001 and the spellings of certain words are different, then the whole printing/publication thing may take a while...Who knows?
     
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    Crusader, if you would like to get the ISO standard now, without waiting for the American version, you can. From a technical content standpoint, there can be NO difference between the ISO document and it's equivalent national standards.
     
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    I'll wait. Thanks!
     
  6. Claes Gefvenberg

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    I just went through a day of training on the new issue, and we have begun the Gap Analysis.
     
  7. gary mogan

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    Does anyone have a copy of the published version?
     
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    You can definitely purchase one, but there are copy-right laws and what not - so sharing it could get people in trouble.
     
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    Since most of us have the FDIS version, are there significant differences between the FDIS and the International Standard version? Hope you can share.
     
  10. Claes Gefvenberg

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    Actually, the training was based on the FDIS, but there the differences are supposed to be insignificant.
     
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    Salamat (Thanks) Claes. I suppose the changes would be like from the FDIS of the 2008 to the ISO 9001:2008 edition. Where the notable insignificant differences include:
    • removing the parenthesis of "where applicable" of 4.1e from the FDIS;
    • rephrasing of the definition of "outsourced process" on NOTE 2 of 4.1;
    • removing the word "the" from the FDIS 4.2.1 NOTE 2 letter a) "the size of the organization and type of activities";
    • removing the comma from the statement in FDIS 4.2.2a "...and justification for, any exclusions";
    • replacing the word "improve" of the FDIS 5.1 to "improving";
    • replacing the word "can" of the FDIS 7.1 NOTE 2 statement by "may"
     
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    Nikki is correct. The official version is now available at ANSI's Standards Store.
     
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    Got my copy today!!
     
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