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Relationship between activities and stakeholders

"I’m wondering where the process for all the redundant mandatory procedures of 2008 version e.g. management review, control of NCR and CAR SOP’s, internal audits, etc., in the 2015 version will be noted. Would I be right in thinking these redundant activities/scope will be mentioned in the QMS Scope document? Or, what is the correct way to correspond these activities to relevant stakeholders?”
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ISO 9001 DOCUMENTATION TOOLKIT

Step-by-step implementation for smaller companies.

ISO 9001 DOCUMENTATION TOOLKIT

Step-by-step implementation for smaller companies.

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Carlos Pereira da Cruz Apr 03, 2019

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ISO 9001:2015 no longer require mandatory procedures. That does not mean that procedures are forbidden. So, if your organization want to use procedures they are allowed. These activities will not make part of the QMS Scope document. These activities can be related to relevant stakeholders through:
-Procedures;
-Flowcharts;
-Job descriptions;
-Templates;
-Training records

The following material will provide you information about certification:
- ISO 9001 – How to document roles and responsibilities according to ISO 9001 - https://advisera.com/9001academy/blog/2018/02/26/how-to-document-roles-and-responsibilities-according-to-iso-9001/
- Free online ISO 9001:2015 Foundations Course - https://training.advisera.com/course/iso-9001-foundations-course/
- ISO 9001:2015 Documentation Toolkit - https://advisera.com/9001academy/iso-9001-documentation-toolkit/
- Book - Discover ISO 9001:2015 Through Practical Examples - https://advisera.com/books/discover-iso-9001-2015-through-practical-examples/
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