Presenter (in English): Strahinja Stojanovic
The new version of ISO 9001 is introducing risk-based thinking as a new segment of the quality management system; the purpose of this webinar is to clarify these changes.
Register for this webinar to learn about:
- What needs to be considered during the risk assessment process
- Choosing the best technique
- Business impact analysis (BIA)
- Fault tree analysis (FTA)
- Failure mode effect analysis (FMEA)
- Documenting and evidencing the risk-based thinking
Wednesday – February 15, 2017
11:00 AM Los Angeles time /
2:00 PM (14:00) New York time /
7:00 PM (19:00) London time /
8:00 PM (20:00) Brussels time /
0:30 AM (Thursday) Mumbai time
Duration: 1 hour / Convert to your time zone
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What You Receive:
This training is designed for professionals with little or no experience in ISO 9001, including:
- Management representatives
- Anyone interested in quality management systems
About the training:
This interactive live online training (via webinar) is designed to enable you to walk away with knowledge on how to implement risk-based thinking according to ISO 9001:2015 and how they affect the organization. This course offers compelling content, downloadable presentation deck and live engagement with an expert consultant with whom you can discuss how to resolve your specific implementation issues. You will experience the training right from your desk, eliminating travel costs and minimizing lost time away from your office.
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Presented by: Strahinja Stojanovic
Strahinja Stojanovic is the author of the 9001Academy, 14001Academy and 18001Academy toolkit. He has extensive working experience both as an external auditor and as a consultant. In his consulting career, he works with clients from the manufacturing and service providing organization.
He has an MSc in Mechanical Engineering, and is the holder of the following certificates: ISO 9001 Lead Auditor, ISO 14001 Lead Auditor, OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor.