ISO publishes results of user survey on the revision of ISO 9001

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) launched a global user survey on 29 July 2020. The aim of the survey was to identify current and future user needs with regard to the international standard ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems – Requirements. The question to be answered was to what extent a revision of ISO EN DIN 9001:2015 is necessary from the users’ point of view. The result: A majority of the participants voted against a revision.
The survey was prepared, conducted and evaluated with an intensive participation of DGQ representatives. The responsible ISO TC 176 Quality Management will take the results into account with regard to further development of the ISO 9001 family of standards. The German representatives involved will provide further information shortly.

ISO has summarised the main findings and results in a report and made it available for download.