ISO 9001 Quality Management Trainings
One sentence says, “Quality is never an accident,” holds true in our complex supply chains and globalized economy. He said, “It is always the result of intelligent effort,” which is still true today. In order for organizations to provide high-quality goods and services, they cannot rely on chance or hope; Instead, they must devise a methodical and consistent strategy for quality management. ISO 9001, which provides organizations with a structured approach to quality management and assists them in consistently providing products and services that meet and, where possible, exceed customer requirements and has over one million certified organizations worldwide, is still the most well-known standard in the world.
What is ISO 9001?
The first international management system standard (MSS) to specify the requirements for the establishment, implementation, operation, maintenance, and ongoing improvement of a quality management system (QMS) in an organization was ISO 9001, which was first released in 1987.
The goal of ISO 9001, which is based on seven quality management principles, is to assist businesses in becoming more effective and to enhance customer satisfaction. It is a common misunderstanding that ISO 9001 is meant for manufacturing and larger businesses. However, ISO 9001’s requirements are universal and applicable to any organization, regardless of its size, type, or line of business.
Although ISO 9001 was first published in 1987, it has undergone numerous revisions to ensure ongoing suitability and keep up with business best practices and trends. ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems – Requirements is the title of the most recent (5th) edition of the standard. The ISO subcommittee for quality systems (ISO/TC 176/SC 2) recommended that ISO 9001:2015 be maintained after conducting a survey with more than 8,000 respondents in May 2021.
Why is ISO 9001 important for organizations?
ISO 9001 has been the most well-known and widely used management system standard ever since it was first published. Organizations are able to guarantee long-term success with the help of a QMS based on ISO 9001. A certified QMS also improves an organization’s business by providing customers and business partners with additional assurance.
Despite the fact that ISO 9001 specifies the minimum requirements that must be met, it still permits businesses to adapt the QMS to their specific requirements. Therefore, in order to identify issues, constraints, and opportunities that are specific to their context, organizations ought to establish their overall context. In addition, they ought to establish processes and objectives that aid in achieving those objectives.
The fact that a quality management system (QMS) is based on ISO 9001 makes it stand out. The quality management principles of “meeting customers’ needs and exceeding their expectations” are engraved in the standard’s requirements in clauses 4 to 10. As a result, businesses that implement and set up a quality management system (QMS) based on ISO 9001 will keep their customers at the center of everything they do by constantly figuring out what they need and want, getting feedback from them, and improving their products and services to meet their needs. One of the main reasons ISO 9001 has become a landmark is because of its emphasis on customer satisfaction.
ISO 9001 is structured in accordance with the High-Level Structure (HLS) and shares common terms and core definitions with the majority of management system standards. This alignment makes it simpler to integrate with other management systems that are based on standards like ISO/IEC 20000-1, ISO/IEC 27001, ISO 22301, and so on. Integrating multiple management systems can improve an organization’s capacity to successfully address other organizational commitments in addition to reducing costs and ensuring consistency.
Benefits of ISO 9001 for organizations
Why should you attend one of our ISO 9001 training courses?
While many advantages can be gained by using ISO 9001, many businesses do not fully reap the benefits of implementing a QMS. The inability of the organization to integrate the QMS into its processes is caused by a variety of factors. Among these are, but are not limited to:
the perception that the QMS functions as a documentation system.
the inability to spot deviations from the norm.
the inability to guarantee ongoing advancement.
The lead implementer and lead auditor training courses offered by Megademi approved by Exemplar Global are designed to address these issues.
Megademi approved by Exemplar Global certifications, which are well-known all over the world, show that a person can work in an organization’s QMS as an auditor, implementer, or QMS implementation team member.
Obtaining an ISO 9001 certification:
Qualifies you to conduct third-party certification audits on behalf of conformity assessment bodies (Megademi approved by Exemplar Global ISO 9001 Lead Auditor) Provides you with opportunities to further improve your career in quality management, either as an auditor, implementer, or a member of auditing/implementation team Provides you with opportunities to further improve your career in quality management Provides you with opportunities to further improve your career in quality management Provides you with opportunities to further improve your career in quality management Provides you with opportunities to further improve your career
Megademi is approved training partner by Exemplar Global for ISO Courses.
Exemplar Global has been accredited for Management System Auditor courses and personnel accreditation. Formerly known as RABQSA, Exemplar Global has over 30 years of expertise building certification programs for the conformity community. RABQSA was established in 2004 from the merger of the personnel certification activities of the U.S Registrar Accreditation Board (RAB) with the Australia-based Quality Society of Australasia (QSA).