Four consultants are leading the push to add climate change to ISO 9001, ignoring polls and even ISO’s own study on the issue.
Clients report that Intertek is failing to perform audits due to a lack of auditors, the same problem that had plagued SAI.
ISO 9001’s most important set of requirements met an undignified end, due to greed and incompetence.
Welcome to the Multiverse: the Bizarre Argument to Let ISO 9001 Cover Everything, Everywhere, All at Once
Some ISO 9001 supporters argue that the standard should include every possible topic, including environmental, cybersecurity, gender equality, and world hunger.
A new poll on LinkedIn shows overwhelming rejection of ISO’s plan to insert “climate change” into the upcoming, unauthorized revision to ISO 9001.
HSEQSmart’s Brian Green falsely claimed he provides “free consultancy” and then contradicted his own website by saying he doesn’t offer certification services.
Supporters of the move think ISO 9001 should cover everything, including gender equality, environmental management, cybersecurity, and more.
A UK-based certificate mill sells ISO 9001 certification “subscriptions” backed by what they claim is AI.
The new AS9100 auditing rules are designed to sell training courses, without any corresponding increase in audit quality or confidence in certifications.
Quality professionals do themselves a gross disservice by treading in tired tropes that alienate their audience — and their bosses.
Social media posts suggest that Husk Registrars LLC of Wisconsin has repeatedly certified clients of its own consulting company, SenterStone, in violation of ISO 17021.
Lt. Gen David Bassett tried telling the DIB that cybersecurity compliance was as easy as doing some “push-ups.” It went downhill from there.