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Documenting context of the organization

How do you manage documentation of clause 4.1 and 4.2 on ISO 9001:2015?
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ISO 9001 PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINING CONTEXT OF THE ORGANIZATION AND INTERESTED PARTIES

The list of interested parties and their expectations.

ISO 9001 PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINING CONTEXT OF THE ORGANIZATION AND INTERESTED PARTIES

The list of interested parties and their expectations.

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Strahinja Stojanovic Mar 06, 2017

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ISO 9001 has no explicit requirements regarding documented information on the context or the interested parties. However, it requires organization to monitor information over these topics and most effective way of meeting these requirements is to at minimum make a List of interested parties and their requirements.

Documenting context of the organization is not recommendable approach, but many companies choose to document the procedure that defines how the context is defined, what elements are considered, who was involved, etc. For more information, see: How to identify the context of the organization in ISO 9001:2015 https://advisera.com/9001academy/knowledgebase/how-to-identify-the-context-of-the-organization-in-iso-90012015/
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