The Oxebridge Totally Free ISO 9001:2015 QMS Documentation Template Kit has been updated to version 1.9, and is available for immediate download, either as a full document set, or as individual files.

Click here to access the free download links. You do not need to provide an email address to download these files; simply click and download. Again, the set is entirely free.

The Version 1.9 “Point to Power Update” includes a new 60-slide PowerPoint slide deck for general overview training on ISO 9001 for your employees. The full change log is as follows:

  • Added new 60-slide PowerPoint® presentation for all-hands training on ISO 9001.
  • New CAR Log now capable of managing up to 50 processes (previously limited to only 10)
  • New Internal Audit Log capable of managing up to 50 processes
  • Slightly modified Process Definition template
  • Minor changes to Context of the Organization procedure
  • Minor changes to COTO Log form: added header hints for Risk Register and Opportunity Register, reorganized columns for more logical layout; adds some issues and risks associated with ITAR/EAR.

The Oxebridge template kit was first released, for free, in July of 2015, and has helped thousands of companies across the world implement ISO 9001. The kit is regularly updated, and has undergone nine updates since its original release, offering enhanced features, improved documentation and additional files.

An AS9100 Revision D version of the kit is also available, by clicking this link.

Oxebridge originally released the free template kit as a means of combating the practices of dubious consultants who sell such kits for thousands of dollars. These kits are often obsolete and never updated, and it’s possible to find consultants still selling such kits that reference the 2000 version of ISO 9001. These often lead to companies failing their audits as a result. Realizing it could not stop people from buying such kits Oxebridge released its own kit under the tagline, “ISO template kits suck, but free template kits suck less.” Despite these low expectations, companies are reporting high rates of success with the kit. To date, not a single company has reported any failure during a third party audit after having used the kit.