All organizations face uncertainty, whether that’s from internal factors, the changing political or economic landscape, the impact of technological innovation or changing customer needs. How you address this uncertainty can influence and even determine success. Risk-based thinking is at the heart of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 – giving organizations all over the world a non-prescriptive, yet structured approach to the issues that are most likely to impact them.
During this webinar, Auditor Manager, James Thomas and Senior Auditor, Roderick Munro, share their insight from over 15 years in the field to help you understand more about how risk-based thinking can drive improvement and identify opportunities in your organization as well as how it is evaluated through the certification process.
They also explore how the shared structure and language in Annex SL can make it easier for organizations to manage their risk profile in an integrated way across different aspects of their activities such as service delivery, environmental footprint, or health & safety of their workforce.
Key topics covered:
- Core principles in ISO 9001 and ISO 14001
- How the standards address risk and opportunities
- What are the benefits of risk-based thinking
- How does an integrated management system work in practice
- James Thomas, Auditor Manager, LRQA
- Roderick Munro, Senior Auditor, LRQA