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Updated ISO Publication Dates and Transition Deadlines (April 2022)

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Latest publication dates for updated ISO Management System Standards (MSS) and associated documents and guides

 

Fairly quiet on the new Standards front currently.  Revisions of ISO 9001 and ISO 13485, which were anticipated by many, will not now occur.  Some disruption on the Regulatory side with Covid-19 being blamed (sometimes unfairly) for deadlines being deferred. Also, several supplementary Standards and Specifications are in development and some are due for publication shortly.  Get the details here.

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The table below gives the latest information available on the revised ISO publication dates and transition deadlines as of 11th April 2022 ...

Note:  The dates given are provisional and are subject to change - use with care.

Standard FDIS   Due ISO Due Comment
ISO 9001 No revision planned n/a

In April 2021 the ISO Technical Committee 176, Sub-Committee 2 (TC176/SC2), which is responsible for ISO 9001, announced that by a narrow margin they had voted not to update this Standard. Had they proceeded with such an update they would have been obliged to adopt the revised HLS structure and, one suspects, that this represented too much work for very little gain. 

While the relevant ISO Technical Committee has been charged with keeping the situation regarding a revision under review, expect the next revision ca. 2026.

ISO 9002 No revision planned n/a

This underutilised but comprehensive guide (published in 2016) is of great use to auditors and to those implementing and maintaining a QMS.  A companion publication, 'ISO 9001:2015 for Small Enterprises' (by ISO) is useful for those designing a Quality System for an SME.

ISO 9004 No revision planned n/a

Published in April 2018 this 59-page Standard is entitled: Quality management - Quality of an organization - Guidance to achieve sustained success. It is mainly applicable to organizations with mature QMSs'.  If you're running out of good ideas for Quality Objectives, check this guide out.

ISO 13485 No revision planned    n/a

Published in 2016.  An ISO 13485 revision that came with the adoption of the High-Level Structure (HLS) was mooted in 2019. However, there is no sign of ISO/TC 210 moving a Working Group to initiate a revision - not even a Committee Draft (CD) has been published.  Expect the next revision ca. 2028 after MDR, IVDR, the Eudamed Database, MDSAP and other regulatory requirements and changes have been implemented.

ISO/TC 210 Working Groups are, however, addressing issues that are likely to be included in a revision including Post Market Surveillance and Medical Device Software.

ISO 14001 No revision planned  n/a

The relevant ISO/TC 207 has not indicated an intention to revise ISO 14001. If precedence is followed, it will be revised simultaneously with ISO 9001 in ca, 2026.

Associated publications include ...

ISO 14021:2016 Environmental labels and declarations - Self-declared environmental claims

ISO 14016:2020 Environmental management — Guidelines on the assurance of environmental reports, and

ISO 14053:2021 Environmental management - Material flow cost accounting - Guidance for phased implementation in organizations

The Committee continues to work on revisions to  ISO/FDIS 14015 - Environmental due diligence and ISO/FDIS 14017 Environmental management — Requirements with guidance for verification and validation of water statements.  Publication later in 2022 is anticipated.

ISO 14004 No revision planned n/a

Extensive guidelines to EMS implementation. 72-page document.  Essential reading for those designing and implementing an Environmental Management System.

ISO 14971 No revision planned n/a

The current revision, published in December 2019, has a companion Guide, ISO/TR 24971, Guidance on the application of ISO 14971, published in June 2020.

This ISO 24971 Guidance is essential to implementing ISO 14971 as it includes the risk management tools with examples of their application, as well as examining concepts previously included in ISO 14971. 

IATF 16949 No revision planned n/a

Certificates to ISO/TS 16949:2009 became invalid after 14th September 2018 (in sync with the ISO 9001:2015 transition).

While ISO 9001 Certification is not required, full compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001 is a prerequisite of IATF 16949 Certification.

ISO 17025 No revision planned n/a ISO/IEC 17025:2017 was published in Nov 2017.  Does not follow the HLS Structure and has eight parts rather than five. 
ISO 19011 No revision planned n/a

Published in July 2018.  No radical changes were introduced. This ISO 19011 revision is applicable to a wide range of Management System Standards (MSS), and not just ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 as before.

ISO 20000 No revision planned  Published

 ISO/IEC 20000:2018, the IT Service Management Standard, was originally developed to reflect best practice guidance contained within the ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) framework.

However, it equally supports other IT service management frameworks and approaches including Microsoft Operations Framework and components of ISACA's COBIT framework. 

ISO/IEC 27013:2021 Information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection — Guidance on the integrated implementation of ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 20000-1, will be of interest here.
 
ISO 22000 No revision planned n/a

Published in June 2018 the ISO 22000 Transition Deadline was further deferred to 3rd January 2022.

Several technical specifications requirements for establishing, implementing and maintaining prerequisite programmes (PRPs) near completion.  These are all designated as Parts of ISO/TS 22002 - requirements for establishing, implementing and maintaining prerequisite programmes (PRPs).

ISO 27001 June 2022 Sept. 2022

 The updated Guide to implementing ISO 27001 Information Security Controls, ISO 27002, was published in February 2022.  It reflects a rethinking of Information Security and a restructuring of the vulnerabilities facing organizations today.  The revision of ISO 27001 is well advanced and it is anticipated that the main changes will be to the Statement of Applicability (as flagged by ISO 27002:2022) and not to the body of the Standard. 

The Transition Period has been speculated upon as being 1 or 2 or 3 years suggesting that no-one really knows what it will be.  Our guess: 3 years in line with usual ISO practice.

The occasional publication of new general Guidelines and Sectoral Guidelines continues.  These latter guidelines give lists of additional vulnerabilities to be considered and added to the ISO 27001 Statement of Applicability.

See our overview of the ISO 27000 Family of Standards for more information.

ISO 45001 No revision planned n/a

Published in March 2018, after a long gestation period, this new Standard has been well received. The transition from OHSAS 18001, an informal process, was extended to 30 Sept 2021.

ISO 50001

No revision planned

n/a

Published in August 2018, the ISO 50001 Transition Deadline was deferred to 20 February 2022.

In May 2021 ISO 50003 was published. This document specifies requirements for competence, consistency and impartiality in the auditing and certification of ISO 50001 energy management systems (EnMS) for bodies providing these services.

A number of supplementary Standards are being developed. 

 

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