Video Tutorial: How to Write ISO 27001 Procedure for Corrective and Preventive Action
|Corrective and preventive actions should be an improvement tool, not an overhead|
There are many ways to initiate corrective or preventive actions - for instance, corrective action can be identified by performing auditing procedures. However, their use should be much wider: they should be the main vehicle for improvement in an organization.
Dejan Kosutic, one of the leading ISO 27001 experts, shows how to fill in each element of the document using the Procedure for Corrective Action template, and also how to write corrective actions using the Corrective Action Form template.
This unique video tutorial will enable you to understand the concept of corrective and preventive actions and learn how you can use them to start resolving nonconformities in a systematic way.
Preview of chapters #1, #4 and #7:
Target audience: Companies preparing to write their Procedure for Corrective and Preventive Action
Documents presented in video:Procedure for Corrective and Preventive Action, Appendix - Corrective or Preventive Action Form
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Duration: 23m 21s
Format: Streaming video (delivered online)
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