ISO 9001:2015: An Implementation Perspective
Is your organization ready for ISO 9001:2015? Have you begun preparing to transition or get certified to the new standard?
If so, you will want to watch this this must-see on-demand webinar where Peter Merrill, world renown Quality Management Expert and Innovation Advocate, shares his expert insights on how to proactively jump start your transition. Topics covered include:
- An outline of the structure of the new ISO 9001:2015 standard
- Discussion of new terminology and interpretations
- Practical tips to help organizations transition and meet the new requirements of ISO 9001:2015
Who Should Watch?
Professionals from across all industry verticals who are looking for quality solutions to help them implement a QMS and/or transitioning from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015. Anyone looking to leverage their ISO 9001:2015 transition as an opportunity to reassess their current infrastructure and invest in new Quality Management Software to help them manage nonconformances, audits, quality inspections, document control, management reviews, supplier quality, or customer complaints.
Meet the Speakers:
Peter Merrill is one of North America’s foremost authorities on implementation of ISO 9001. He has over twenty years of experience in developing Quality Systems and was one of the first consultants to take a company to ISO 9001:2015. He has been chair of the Toronto section of the American Society of Quality and now chairs the ASQ Innovation Think Tank. Peter has authored the books “Do It Right the Second Time,” “Innovation Generation” and “Innovation Never Stops”. He is currently President of Quest Management Inc. and a member of the ISO communications team responsible for explaining ISO 9001:2015 to new users.
Peter-Elias Alouche - Moderator
Peter-Elias Alouche is the Quality Practice Manager at Intelex’s Market Strategy team focusing on Quality and Supply Chain management system solutions. Peter-Elias has over 12 years experience in manufacturing, design, quality management, process development, continuous improvement, and new product development. He also volunteers with the ASQ Toronto section as the Communications Co-Chair.