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ISO 9001 establishes quality management system requirements for organizations who want an independent auditor (Certification Body) to attest to their compliance with those requirements. ISO 9001 was significantly revised in 2015. Organizations seeking certification should own a copy of the 2015 version.
ISO 9000 defines the basic concepts and language used in ISO 9001. It was significantly revised in 2015. Organizations who use the terminology in their quality management systems should own a copy of the 2015 version. During ISO 9001:2015 transition, organizations should make a point of understanding and adopting new terms and subtle distinctions that will be used for many years to come.
ISO 19011 describes the intent behind the requirements for internal audits in ISO 9001 and other management system standards and gives guidance on how to audit and manage an audit program. Organizations are not certified to ISO 19011, but their audit practices will be examined in light of its guidance. DESARA uses ISO 19011 as the basis for all of our audit-related activities including training programs, gap assessments, and internal audits.
ISO 14001 gives requirements for an environmental management system that can be certified by an outside authority. Like ISO 9001, it was significantly revised in 2015. The two standards now use common terms and structure, a benefit to organizations that are certified to both. Users should own a copy of the current version.
ISO 27001 sets out requirements for an information security management system that can be certified by an outside authority. Released in 2013, this version uses the same common terms and structure as ISO 9001:2015. Users should own a copy of the current version.
ISO 27002 is an essential guidance document for organizations that implement ISO 27001. It explains the numerous controls that are put in place to reduce risks in an information security management system. Users should own a copy of the current version.
Note: ISO/IEC 27001 and 27002 are essential for all organizations seeking certification. The ISO 27000 series, available through the Techstreet.com, includes a number of additional guidance documents that may also be useful in different environments.
ISO 20000 defines requirements for a service management system, including requirements for design, transition, delivery, and improvement of services to fulfill agreed service requirements. Part 1 and Part 2 are essential to effectively deploying a compliant service management system. Note: Related standards are available through the Techstreet.com site.
Price $149 Part 1, and $265 Part 2
ISO 31000 provides generic guidance on managing any type of risk, whether positive or negative, in any type of organization. It provides a common approach that can be used across multiple standards such as ISO 9001:2015, but its application is not required. Organizations are not certified to ISO 31000 because it is only intended as guidance. DESARA uses guidance from ISO 31000 throughout our training and consulting services.
The TL 9000 Requirements Handbook establishes a set of quality management system requirements for suppliers of hardware, software, and services in the ICT industry. Release 5.5 includes all ISO 9001:2008 requirements.
The TL 9000 Measurements Handbook defines a minimum set of performance measurements for evaluating performance of a TL 9000-certified quality management system.
Note: The Measurements Handbook is independent of the ISO 9001:2015 revision.