ISO 9000:2015

ISO 9000:2015 pdf free.Quality management systems一Fundamentals and vocabulary.
The quality management concepts and principles described in this International Standard give the organization the capacity to meet challenges presented by an environment that is profoundly different from recent decades. The context in which an organization works today is characterized by accelerated change, globalization of markets and the emergence of knowledge as a principal resource. The impact of quality extends beyond customer satisfaction: it can also have a direct impact on the organization’s reputation.
Society has become better educated and more demanding, making interested parties increasingly more influential. By providing fundamental concepts and principles to be used in the development of a quality management system (QMS), this International Standard provides a way of thinking about the organization more broadly.
All concepts, principles and their interrelationships should be seen as a whole and not in isolation of each other. No individual concept or principle is more important than another. At any one time, finding the right balance in application is critical.
The approaches to a QMS described in QMS standards developed by ISO/TC 176, in other management system standards and in organizational excellence models are based on common principles. They all enable an organization to identify risks and opportunities and contain guidance for improvement. In the current context, many issues such as innovation, ethics, trust and reputation could be regarded as parameters within the QMS. Standards related to quality management (e.g. ISO 9001), environmental management (e.g. ISO 14001) and energy management (e.g. ISO 50001), as well as other management standards and organizational excellence models, have addressed this.
The QMS standards developed by ISO/TC 176 provide a comprehensive set of requirements and guidelines for a QMS. ISO 9001 specifies requirements for a QMS. ISO 9004 provides guidance on a wide range of objectives of a QMS for sustainable success and improved performance. Guidelines for components of a QMS include ISO 10001, ISO 10002, ISO 10003, ISO 10004, ISO 10008, ISO 10012 and ISO 19011. Guidelines for technical subjects in support of a QMS include ISO 10005, ISO 10006, ISO 10007, ISO 10014, ISO 10015, ISO 10018 and ISO 10019. Technical reports in support of a QMS include ISO/TR 10013 and ISO/TR 10017. Requirements for a QMS are also provided in sector-specific standards, such as ISO/TS 16949.
The various parts of an organization’s management system, including its QMS, can be integrated as a single management system. The objectives, processes and resources related to quality, growth, funding, profitability, environment, occupational health and safety, energy, security and other aspects of the organization can be more effectively and efficiently achieved and used when the QMS is integrated with other management systems. The organization can perform an integrated audit of its management system against the requirements of multiple International Standards, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO 50001.
NOTE The ISO handbook “The integrated use of management system standards” can provide useful guidance.
Organizations share many characteristics with humans as a living and learning social organism. Both are adaptive and comprise interacting systems, processes and activities. In order to adapt to their varying context, each needs the ability to change. Organizations often innovate to achieve breakthrough improvements. An organization’s QMS model recognizes that not all systems, processes and activities can be predetermined; therefore it needs to be flexible and adaptable within the complexities of the organizational context.ISO 9000 pdf download.

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