Managing ISO Documentation: A Plain English Guide

A step-by-step handbook for ISO practitioners in small businesses

by Dejan Kosutic

THE SHORT HANDBOOK CONTAINING EXPERT GUIDANCE ON HANDLING ISO DOCUMENTS

Author and experienced ISO consultant Dejan Kosutic has created this shorter book, as part of the ISO pocket book series, focused solely on managing ISO documentation.

This book, Managing ISO Documentation: A Plain English Guide, is based on an excerpt from Kosutic’s previous book Secure & Simple. It provides a quick read for people who are focused solely on preparing documentation for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001, ISO 20000, ISO 22000, OHSAS 18001, ISO 13485, and/or IATF 16949, and don’t have the time (or need) to read a comprehensive book about ISO implementation. It has one aim in mind: to give you the knowledge and practical tips to manage your ISO documentation without struggle, stress, or headaches.

In the fourth book of this series, Managing ISO Documentation: A Plain English Guide, you will learn:

  • The sequence of writing documentation
  • How to decide on documentation strategy
  • Whether you should use tools and templates
  • How to control documents and records
  • Which are the mandatory documents
  • How to decide which non-mandatory documents to write
  • How to write documents that will be accepted by your colleagues
US$ 9.90
Add to cart cards
Formats: PDF, MOBI and ePub – for Kindle and any smart phone including iPhone, Android, and Windows phone

Customer reviews

This book was not rated yet.

Have you read the book?

Add your review

Who is this book for?

  1. Beginners building up ISO documentation for the first time. This book is written primarily for beginners in this field and for people with moderate knowledge about ISO documentation – no prior experience or knowledge about ISO standards is required.
  2. ISO management system consultants. This book gives you tips on how to handle documentation in the most logical way, helping you gain the know-how for your future consulting engagements.
  3. Experienced ISO professionals. This book lets you benefit from a consultant and ISO expert’s experience and point of view, helping to fill any knowledge gaps you may have.
  4. Small or mid-size companies. This book provides examples of handling policies, procedures, plans, and other documents in smaller and medium-sized organizations. It is perfect for production managers, engineers, compliance officers, information security professionals, heads of IT departments, executives, or project managers tasked with implementing an ISO standard in a small or mid-sized company.

Why do you need this book?

  • It’s the only resource you need – put simply, if you want to know how to handle your documentation, this book gives you everything you’ll ever need (even if you’re new to the field).
  • It’s written in plain English – leaving the technical jargon to the geeks, Managing ISO Documentation: A Plain English Guide is written for normal people in plain, simple language – meaning you can focus on getting the job done.
  • Think like a consultant – and avoid hiring one! Author, certification auditor, and experienced ISO consultant Dejan Kosutic shares all his ISO documentation handling knowledge and practical wisdom with you in one invaluable handbook.
  • Focus on managing documentation – concentrate just on managing your documentation, without getting bogged down with other information.

About the author, Dejan Kosutic

Dejan Kosutic is the author of numerous articles, video tutorials, documentation templates, webinars, and courses about business continuity and information security management. Currently, he is the author of the leading ISO 27001 & ISO 22301 Blog; in addition, he has worked as a certification auditor and has helped various organizations including financial institutions, government agencies, and IT companies implement business continuity management according to these standards.

Holding an MBA from Henley Management College, Dejan is currently the CEO of Advisera. His ability to make the complex simple has made Dejan a sought-after expert, delivering many courses about information security, business continuity, ISO 22301, and ISO 27001 implementation.

Managing ISO Documentation: A Plain English Guide

A step-by-step handbook for ISO practitioners in small businesses
  • ISBN: 978-953-8155-01-7
  • Language: English
  • Author: Dejan Kosutic
  • Number of pages: 102
  • Formats: PDF, MOBI and ePub – for Kindle and any smart phone including iPhone, Android, and Windows phone
US$ 9.90
Add to cart cards

Frequently asked questions

How will I receive the book?

As soon as the transaction is processed, you’ll receive the download link for the eBook via email. You will be able to download all three formats mentioned below, so you can use the one that suits you best.

In which formats is the book available?

Managing ISO Documentation: A Plain English Guide is available in electronic format (eBook) – in PDF, MOBI, and ePub. Basically, you will be able to read the book on a computer, Kindle, any smart phone (including iPhone, Android, and Windows phone), or any other device.

Is there a printed version of the book?

Currently, no, but we might publish a printed version later.

In which language is the book published?

Currently, in English only. We’re considering translating Managing ISO Documentation: A Plain English Guide to other languages, so please do let us know if you’re interested.