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ISO9001 2015 NEW QMS Framework, Requirements, and Implications

(Please consider the following information carefully, as the new ISO9001:2015 Standard with the new Annex SL Framework implementation could easily take our Nation to a whole new and improved standard of Resilience).

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ASSOCIATED ARTICLE: ISO9001 NEW QMS FRAMEWORK, REQUIREMENTS AND IMPLICATIONS

http://www.uscsrh.com/featured-article.html

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VIEW THE FULL ARTICLE FROM YOUR BROWSER HERE:

https://www.academia.edu/28252841/ISO9001_2015_NEW_QMS_Framework_Requirements_and_Implications

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PRELIMINARY THEORY: At this time, the relationship of Government Agencies with ISO9001:2015 certified Businesses as (Public-Private Partnerships, Agreements, or Memorandums of Understanding) should be re-evaluated to improve opportunities, compatibility, security, and resilience for the benefit of everyone.

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PREMISE: The brief discussion conducted herein argues that it is a “good” and productive idea for DHS/FEMA to provide (early transitional support) for ISO9001:2015 certified business, (and should be justified and considered to be a “Win-Win”) in the circumstance that said businesses products and/or services (directly support FEMA [e.g. as in logistics], or under the circumstance that the ISO9001 certified private business supports National Essential Functions, or Emergency Management Mission criteria, or local capabilities, or community resilience, is occupied daily by large numbers of people (e.g. schools), or broadly provides other resources, essential functions, products and services to the Public or Private sector unrelated to the NIPP-CI/PR-Infragard program).

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WORKING HYPOTHESIS: As an (undeniable antecedent), many DHS/FEMA educational and training courses, guides, products or recommendations have been evaluated and recognized (through consensus) as being very successful in framing, structuring, unifying and preparing many aspects of our Government Agencies and I expect that (as a consequent) this same education and training can provide transitional support for the New Risk Management component of ISO9001:2015, and enable said businesses to benefit internally, achieve further NIMS compatibility, and potentially enable new partnerships and enhance local and National resilience.

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SUMMARY STATEMENT:

Exploring the above stated theory holds justifiable intrinsic value, and is recommended as a plausible and potentially fruitful project to examine “win-win” and “reciprocating” relationships between Government and ISO9001 certified businesses, it aligns with the trajectory of current DHS/FEMA services, and has the agenda of improving these relationships through advancement of education, training, and compatibility requirements. As a Nation we work together to build, sustain and improve our capabilities to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all threats and hazards. ISO9001:2015 is introduced here as a component of this calculus in that is very compatible with many National standards and the (NEW RISK MANAGEMENT COMPONENTS) of Quality Management Systems (QMS) may provide a path to enhance business resilience, coordination, and inclusion into local community capabilities, societal security, and enhance our National resilience. The available DHS/FEMA support to said businesses may be provided in many forms such as (e.g. grants, or special services offered to critical infrastructure or protected resource holdings, and others). For the purposes of this discussion, the recommended support for ISO9001:2015 transitioning businesses is in the form of ensuring awareness of DHS/FEMA products, providing additional training and education opportunities related to PS-Prep, COOP, risk management, and resource typing workshops, (such that opportunities are maximized and said businesses will be more in-tune with National Standards, improve their compatibility with NIMS requirements or with other Agency requirements), and further opportunities and partnerships may be examined. Upon examination of the national implications of these ISO9001:2015 changes, we find that some ISO9001 certified Organizations through Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) and/or their principles (via consensus) are figured into NIMS through the NIC and therefore their successful transition, stability, and continued conformity to the new requirements may impact our Nation in various ways. NIMS provides event specific principles, coordination of structures and roles, interoperability, portability, redundancy, and scalability for the management of incidents. Where as the NRF provides core doctrine & partner guidelines, national planning, Federal & Private-sector support function annexes, role descriptions, responsibility descriptions, incident annexes, and procedures relative to national-level response policy, (including integrated capabilities and resources as a seamless national framework). Therefore, changing the ISO9001 standard may impact the dynamic resilience environment and components listed above in NIMS, (both locally and nationally) for the benefit of all, (IF) the new risk management evaluations and improvements are appropriately acknowledged by relevant stakeholders as (imperatives).

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Please see the full article in the above provided links for further details as you wish.

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