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ISO 9001 questions

I have few questions that I required answered. As I'm new to ISO 9001 documentation part, I need your help to understand:

1. What is the difference between issue no. & revision no.? Both are same or different?
2. Does we need to mention both of them on all documents?
3. List of mandatory documents which required both of them

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Carlos Pereira da Cruz Feb 12, 2021

Document control requires that we have a method to identify changes in the document version. ISO 9001:2015 in clause 7.5.3.2 c) states “control of changes (e.g. version control)”. ISO 9001:2015 does not use neither “issue” nor “revision” in its text. Organizations that use issue no. and revision no. simultaneously, normally use revision no. to identify small changes in content, and use issue no. to either identify one big change in content or a kind of reset after five or ten revisions in a row. So, they are both used to identify changes but have a different scope of application.
No, it is not mandatory to have both, you can use issue no, or revision no, or even version no.
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