Resources

Certification standards can be very confusing when it comes to their expectations and requirements for specific clauses. These videos, their associated tools, and the white paper, provide further insight into the content and interpretation of these standards, and how they can add value to the business.

In addition, if you are still uncertain of what is required, visit our Resource Library and see the diverse range of procedures, plans, forms and other templates that can be purchased to assist you in developing the best management system for your business.

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Video Sessions
Organizational Context Part 1 – Internal/External Issues and Interested Parties

Organizational Context Part 1 – Internal/External Issues and Interested Parties

This video addresses the requirements for Internal/External issues and Interested Parties, and highlights the rationale for doing this well to benefit the organisation.
Management Review

Management Review

This video digs deeper into the expectations of Management Review and provides guidance on how, when and what should be addressed.
Leadership Requirements

Leadership Requirements

The video looks at each of the requirements identified for leadership within the organisation, and how this can be demonstrated.
Objectives & Planning

Objectives & Planning

This video explains what objectives are, and then provides examples of objectives and the plans required to achieve them.
Organizational Context Part 2 – Scope & Processes

Organizational Context Part 2 – Scope & Processes

This video addresses the requirements for defining the scope or the boundaries of the organisation that are controlled by the management system, and how to understand the processes undertaken by the organisation.
WHITE PAPER - UNDERSTANDING THE CHANGES TO THE NEW ISO CERTIFICATION STANDARDS

WHITE PAPER - UNDERSTANDING THE CHANGES TO THE NEW ISO CERTIFICATION STANDARDS