Description: This 8-hour course reviews the new and improved terminology previously referred to as preventive action in the ISO 9001:2008 and earlier standards. Based on the late development stages of the ISO 9001:2015 draft, risk-based thinking is a paradigm shift that makes up one of the most dramatic changes to the Quality Management System series of standards.
Risk-based thinking is a methodology of planning, executing, assessing and reacting to actual and potential risks to interested parties (anyone that could be impacted by the risk). This methodology has been used for years in certain sectors - refined by the automotive and aerospace industry. This paradigm shift requires organizations and their respective team members to consider risks both strategically and tactically in decision making. CEUs = 0.8
Designed for: Leadership, Quality Management System (QMS) Representatives, Environmental Management System (EMS) Representatives, Health & Safety Management System (OHSAS) Representatives, Audit Program Managers, Internal Auditors and Supplier Development Engineers.