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Frame time for non conformity closing

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Frame time for non conformity closing

Could you please clarify what the time frame for closing of non conformities after internal audits conducting? Its specified somewhere?
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Carlos Pereira da Cruz Dec 02, 2019

ISO 9001:2015 does not specify any time frame for closing nonconformities raised after an internal audit. A previous version of the standard (ISO 9001:2000) had in its content the following text “ensure that actions are taken without undue delay to eliminate detected nonconformities and their causes”. Although that text disappeared that is the spirit I follow. It is not possible to specify a rigid timeframe because different nonconformities, with different causes, will take different amount of time to be closed.

The following material will provide you information about internal audits:

- Five Main Steps in ISO 9001 Internal Audit – https://advisera.com/9001academy/knowledgebase/five-main-steps-in-iso-9001-internal-audit/
- Free webinar on demand - Free webinar – How to perform an ISO 9001:2015 internal audit - https://advisera.com/9001academy/webinar/how-to-perform-an-iso-9001-2015-internal-audit-free-webinar-on-demand/
- Free online training ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor Course - https://training.advisera.com/se/iso-14001-internal-auditor-course/o-9001-internal-auditor-course/
- Book – ISO Internal Audit: A Plain English Guide - https://advisera.com/books/iso-internal-audit-plain-english-guide/

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Mujeeb Ahmad Nov 05, 2022

Testing of Bio burden on the product was not found correct on the product covered under certification scope. Correction factor was used while calculated the result

 

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Carlos Pereira da Cruz Nov 07, 2022

Please, can you elaborate a little bit more?

Thank you.

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