ISO 9001: Improved Applicability to Engineering, Professional Services and Government Organisations

August 20, 2018

The clock is counting down on the three-year transition period from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015.


With the deadline to transition to ISO 9001:2015 quickly approaching, key changes from the 2008 version carry particular significance for service-based organisations. Professional services companies and government agencies can now more readily adopt this important standard and enjoy the benefits of ISO 9001:2015 certification. 

Service-based organisations can more readily adopt the new standard and enjoy the many benefits of being certified, including improved efficiency and reduction in costs, better customer experience and management, effective risk-management strategy, competitive advantage and broadened market scope for contracts and tenders.

In our whitepaper, ISO 9001: Improved applicability to engineering, professional services and government organisations, SAI Global management system experts discuss the changes to the new standard, advantages of applying it to your business, and practical guidance on preparing for a seamless transition.

Learn about tighter controls of your supply chain and third-party providers, leadership's expanded role, stakeholder and customer expectations, documentation and more.


To purchase standards or to find out which standards are applicable to your business, visit the  SAI Global Infostore.

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