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ISO 9001 transition and integration with ISO 27001

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ISO 9001 transition and integration with ISO 27001

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Step-by-step implementation for smaller companies.

ISO 9001 DOCUMENTATION TOOLKIT

Step-by-step implementation for smaller companies.

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Strahinja Stojanovic Mar 18, 2016

Let me explain our situation:
- we are 600 employees company, specialized in Digital Certification;
- the 9001:2008 was got 2009 and 2011 all company and last Dec we got 27001 at our Datacenter (with Academy´s kit assistance);
- now we began migrating 9001:2008 to 2015 version integrating with 27001 expansion to all company;

We are working with both ISOs integrated; to get 27001 we used some 9001 docs customizing and integrating them.
Once we have 2008 certification, we will be working in 6 months cycles, preparing all 9001 docs, internal audits, etc and the next recertification - February 2018 we will change it. Meanwhile, every November we have 27001 maintenance and every one we will be expanding the scope, finishing at Nov 18.

This is a huge and challenge project!

Be sure I will be keeping in touch with you; some questions will be drop soon.

Now you know something about our project and you have some hints to help me, please, let me know.

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The project upon you is a great challenge indeed. But, since you already implemented ISO 27001:2013 the ISO 9001 transition will go much smoother. The reason for that is ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 have the same structure and lot of the processes can be merged together, from determining context of the organization and document control to resource management, internal audit, management review and nonconformities and corrective actions.

The first step is to identify all common requirements of the both standards and see which of your ISO 27001 documents can be used to address requirements of ISO 9001:2015, this will definitely cut your effort in half. Second step is to determine to what extent your existing ISO 9001 procedures meet new requirements and plan and implement the changes.

The important thing is to distribute responsibilities for the transition across the entire company and include relevant people in implementation of the changes, the greater involvement of other people will highly contribute to the success of the project. I'm sure that you will manage to implement the changes and make the transition in three to six months. For more information, see: How to implement integrated management systems https://advisera.com/log/2015/10/05/how-to-implement-integrated-management-systems/
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