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ISO 9001:2015 Management Review

Discussion in 'ISO 9001:2015 - Quality Management Systems' started by LAb Ly, Apr 4, 2019.

  1. LAb Ly

    LAb Ly New Member

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    Good day everyone! I'm new to this ISO things, can somebody help me on what should be presented on a ppt or required specifically on the management review when it talks about "the effectiveness of actions taken to address risks and opportunities, so as the opportunities for improvement.. Thank you for the favorable response.
     
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    Andy Nichols Moderator Staff Member

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    We can't give you that information, because it's going to depend what your organization has determined under the "Context of the Organization" and in the Planning to address those issues. If you don't have a good grasp of the section 4 and section 6 requirements, the management review won't be any use.

    Following identification of issues under the Context, your organization is supposed to plan to address those issues. At some point the plan will be complete and the actions implemented. ISO 9001 is requiring your organization to ensure those actions were effective.
     
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    First off, welcome to QFO. Since your new with the requirements, it pays to understand that the standard is structured using the PDCA cycle. Identification of the risks/opportunities and the actions to address them is part of P. Integrating and implementing the actions into the QMS processes are part of the D. Evaluating the effectiveness of the actions can be done during internal audit and reviewing the audit results on the evaluation of the effectiveness of the actions, including identification of opportunities for improvement during management review, are part of the C. Integrating and implementing the OFIs and other actions resulting from management review into the QMS processes are part of the A.
    If you prepare audit reports containing the results of the evaluation of the effectiveness of the risks/opportunities, you can use them as part of the information your organization need to look into during management review.
     
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    We identify our risks both strategic and operational. An owner is assigned for each and at our monthly operations meetings we have the owner give an update. For strategic risks they are addressed the same way by Director level managers.
     
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    Good day everyone.. Your response on my query is highly appreciated. I'll look into our QMS Manual and ask further information from the recent in charge.
     

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