The forthcoming ISO 9001-2015 revision redefines quality as a risk-based endeavor. This will impact how you define, operate and certify your quality system.
By attending this 3-hour workshop which will cover the implications of ISO 9001-2015 for companies you will:
- Understand the risk language of ISO 9001-2015 and ISO 31000
- Know how to plan a Value Added Audit™ (VAA)
- Know how to conduct the required level of fieldwork to assure your business objectives
- Know how to write a value added audit report that meets your management’s requirements and the ISO 9001-2015 requirements
The VAA manual is a step by step guide for planning, conducting and reporting risk based, process audits. Each person who registers for the workshop will receive the 400 page Value Added Auditing manual for risk based auditing, an $89 value.
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Location: Room 160, Phoenix Convention Center – South Building Hall G.
Visit us at AmCon in Booth 419
Registration fee: $199 (includes VAA book)
Register online: www.regonline.com/cermphoenix2015
Speaker:Greg Hutchins PE CERM is the principle engineer with Quality + Engineering (Q+E) – Critical Infrastructure Protection: Forensics, Assurance, Analytics® firm. Q+E provides cyber governance, risk, and compliance services to companies. Q+E is also the developer of Certified Enterprise Risk Manager® certificate and Greg is the author of quality, risk, and supply management books, including Value Added Auditing®. His latest book ISO: Risk Based Thinking – 2015, has just been released. Greg can be contacted at email@example.com.