ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015 revisions
Is your organisation prepared?

September 2016 marks one year since the publication of international Quality Management System (QMS) standard ISO 9001:2015 and Environmental Management System (EMS) standard ISO 14001:2015, which means that organisations currently certified to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 have two years to complete their transitional assessments ahead of the 14 September 2018 deadline laid out by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Organisations the world over have already started to realise the benefits that the revisions can offer, from improved risk management capabilities to employee engagement and process efficiencies. If your organisation isn't already reaping the benefits, what are you waiting for?

Take a look at our best practice examples below from industry leading organisations who've taken a leap and shared their experiences with us. Their best practice examples can help you to avoid common pitfalls and boost your transition planning.

Driving a global culture with
ISO 9001:2015

Netherlands based Van Leeuwen Pipe & Tube Group were one of the first organisations to achieve ISO 9001:2015 in the Netherlands. Read more of their story here.

Shaping an organisation with ISO 9001:2015

Terre des Hommes achieved ISO 9001:2015 whilst bringing the infrastructures of 10 different national organisations together to deliver success.