I am in a extremely crappy position currently. I have 30 days to convert my companies old ISO:9001-2008 system to the new 2015 standard. I have been looking around for some type of guide / template and came across the Oxebridge site. I read through their guide and looked at the manuals and lined everything side by side. Of course nothing matched up. So I kept reading their guide and it was noted that you just needed a cross reference to help auditors know where to find each 9001 requirement. Considering I have a manual I am wondering what I might need to change in regards to the index? Do I need to just have each requirement satisfied and noted on it's location, or do I need to go into heavy detail on what each requirement entails like the book is now? I also noticed this paragraph: Quality Manual – Mini Manual Version: this variant provides a tiny 5-page manual that could be printed on a grain of rice, if you wanted. Some people love this approach, so more power to them. It only includes an overview of COTO, the process approach, scope of the QMS, and then a list of subordinate procedures. Given that ISO 9001:2015 no longer requires a Quality Manual at all, even five pages is technically overkill. Seriously!? Does anyone actually fly free of a mountain sized manual? I can't see NOT having one at all... but the 5 page provided example is insanely awesome. I have a feeling no one really does that but wanted to ask. Although, my auditor did say last time that there were some companies with very simple 2015's. (sorry this is so long) So I suppose my final question / confusion is what needs to be added? I am having a hard time grasping what I need to create to satisfy the new standard. Thanks for the help!