Implementing 19011:2018 Guidelines
Risk- driven Organizations Auditor Training
Single Management System
This Online program trains on how to
- Format the operations to be integrated as a single management system
- Conduct the risk-based audit of the single management system.
Management Systems (9001:14001:45001) and Regulatory (Food Safety Modernization Act and Sarbanes Oxley) companies are all risk driven.
ISO 9001:2015 #4.2 states Due to the effect or potential effect on the organization’s ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and APPLICABLE STATUTORY AND REGULATORY requirements, the organization shall determine:
(a) the interested parties that are relevant to the quality management system
(b) The requirements (OSHA and EPA) of these interested parties that are relevant to the to the quality management system
The organization shall monitor and review information about these interested parties and their relevant requirements
ISO 19011: 2018 states in part, ‘This document adopts the combined audit approach when two or more management systems of different disciplines are audited together. Where these systems are integrated into a SINGLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, the principles and processes of auditing are the same as for a combined audit (sometimes known as an integrated audit)’.
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At the end of the program
- You will conduct a risk based-audit to demonstrate capability.
- You will be assessed by your peers on whether auditor characteristics were demonstrated.
- You will assess whether the program enhanced your auditor skills.
Sign up for the Single Management System and learn to how to audit risk driven organizations.
For copyright reasons – you are required to provide 19011:2018 and other Conformity or compliance requirements.
Jeffrey Lewis Fellow, Chartered Quality Institute (FCQI) and Preventive Control Qualified Individual (PCQI)