In my more recent ISO9001 internal auditor training, stating the (singular) clause which is being contravened was identified as a requirement. Since transitioning to ISO9001:2015 I am finding it harder to do this. It occurred to me that the standard specifies what should be included in our processes, so by the time a specific non-conformance against our documented processes is raised this is often either split between more than one which is equally valid, or seemingly fairly tenuous so that justifying it can be difficult (even though it is a genuine problem). I was therefore wondering how much value is there in searching through the standard to choose the most appropriate clause? Could I have some views on this please?