Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015
ISO 9001 is releasing an updated version in 2015, and now is the time to prepare. In this 60-minute webinar, our subject-matter expert will provide you with the most up-to-date information on ISO changes, and how they can impact your organization. You and your team will learn:
- New clauses being added to ISO 9001 and what they mean
- How the changes may affect your conformance and auditing requirements
- Ways new requirements can boost customer focus and find added value in your org
- When changes are expected to go into effect
In this highly informative program you will get an inside look at the new ISO 9001:2015
changes, new requirements, and what they will mean for your business.
ISO 9001:2015 Updates and Changes You Need to Know
- Why ISO 9001 revisions are being made
- New clauses to the standard you need to know
- What new requirements are being added – and which deleted
Clear Look at What’s Next in ISO 9001
- Timetable of the next steps for ISO changes
- Clear explanation of the new structure: Annex SLIS
- Impact of the new clauses on your organization
What ISO Revisions Mean for Your Organization
- Expert commentary on what the new requirements really mean
- How ISO revisions can help assess your current processes
- Using changes to develop an effective Quality/Business Management System
Live Question and Answer Session – Have your specific ISO 9001 questions answered!
Bob Deysher, Senior Consultant with Quality Support Group, Inc has over 40 years of manufacturing experience in the semiconductor industry.
Bob has held senior management positions in industrial, process engineering, package assembly, manufacturing, quality and reliability. He has also held, in between managerial assignments, individual contributor roles as a senior staff and consulting engineer in quality and reliability.
Bob has started new business opportunities in a large corporation and has significant experience in process development and certification, process transfer, new product introduction into manufacturing, quality system design and assessment, corrective and preventative actions, process change control, non-conforming material, process and product yield analysis, statistical process control and failure analysis in a multi-factory environment.
Bob has a BS&MS in Metallurgy and Material Science from Lehigh University.