ISO 9001:2015 – what impact will the changes have for weighing in the food industry?


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ISO 9001:2015 was released in 2015 and certified organizations have to adapt their processes to meet these changes by the September 2018 deadline. These changes influence any processes which involve weighing. 

This white paper aims to:

  • Explain the changes in the revised standard of ISO 9001:2015.
  • Look at the effect of these changes on weighing devices and weighing processes.
  • Provide guidance and recommendations on compliance with the risk-based process approach
  • Introduce Good Weighing Practice™ - a perfect fit with ISO 9001:2015, which provides an easy way to implement the risk-based approach to a Quality Management System.

 

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