New version of the DIN EN ISO 9001 quality management standard promises practical relevance and compatibility
ISO standards are reviewed every five years by the standards committee responsible for their relevance, suitability and effectiveness. At the recent review, a majority of the ISO committee decided that ISO 9001, the current standard for quality management, needed revising. The new version is now published and replaces the 2008 version. The associated changes and impacts will make the ISO 9001 quality management system relevant for companies all around the world regardless of their size or industry. We have gathered together the most important information on the new version of the quality management standard ISO 9001.
Here are some common questions you may have on the new version of ISO 9001.