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Real Life Applications of Risk-Based Thinking in ISO 9001

Real Life Applications of Risk-Based Thinking in ISO 9001

It's been three years since ISO 9001: 2015 was published, and many companies still struggle with how to incorporate the new 'risk-based thinking' approach into their management systems and business processes.

Using practical examples, this presentation will illustrate how to apply the new concept of 'risk-based thinking' into your organization's day-to-day work processes and unleash the full potential of this powerful concept to:

  • Identify potential issues in virtually every activity,
  • Prevent or reduce nonconformities, and
  • Identify opportunities to improve processes.

The effective use of this method can enable companies to:

  • Engage the collective knowledge of all employees and boost morale
  • Reduce costs and Improve profitability
  • Improve overall organizational performance

About Our Speaker:

Khurshed Kutky is a Consultant for SAI Global with over 20 years global expertise in op operational and technical management, new program development, management systems audit, certification and accreditation requirements across OH&S, Environmental, Energy, Quality Management, Food Safety, Supply Chain Risk and Corporate Social Responsibility programs.

Khurshed is a member of the Canadian Advisory Committee of the Standards Council of Canada and participated in developing the ISO 45001:2018 Standard on OH&S Management Systems and the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Standard. He’s also a member of the CSA Technical Committee to develop the CSA Z1001 Canadian National Standard on OH&S Training as well as the Board of Directors, Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.

 


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