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Exclusion vs. Not applicable

In the document 04.3 Appendix 3 even make mention of exclusions but the right thing is to talk applicable. This is intended to make the appropriate correction. I'm reviewing documents obtained samples to take any decision. Cheers
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Strahinja Stojanovic Feb 01, 2016

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You are right, according to the new version of the standard, correct term would be "not applicable" rather then "exclusion" as it were in the 2008 revision of the standard. The reason why we continued to use the old term was that the people are more familiar with it and it would be easier for them to understand.

For more information, see:
- What clauses can be excluded in ISO 9001:2015? https://advisera.com/9001academy/blog/2015/07/07/what-clauses-can-be-excluded-in-iso-90012015/2015/
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