I have a question for the group. Our current 2008 QMS scope is the design, engineering and supply of process engineering solutions, geared mainly at the pulp and paper industries. We have a main office in the US, US regional sales people and a European sales office. Our system is written such that the QMS procedures start at the receipt of the customer PO, so there are no sales procedures and the sales personnel don’t do any design or project management activities. Only the US main office is certified. We’ve had an uptick in European projects and management wants to run projects from the European office. Design would still come out of the US office, but other project management activities would be done by personnel working in Europe. Given the seemingly broader boundaries of the 2015 standard, especially in terms of risk based thinking, I’m feeling that our scope needs to expand to include our sales activities and project management activities in Europe. It’s a wholly owned subsidiary of the US company, so to many people’s minds, it’s not us and so outside of any requirements our system has. I disagree, since the customer interfaces with both US and European personnel, regardless of which entity receives the order. From a certification perspective, can one certificate cover the operations of both offices? Would that be a multi-site certificate? Does the fact the European office is a standalone entity play, at least financially , into certification? Are we violating ISO (is that even a thing, but my management posed the question)?