Upon completion of the Gap Analysis, the next step is to set out an effective and efficient project plan

Since the best approach is to treat your ISO implementation as a project, you should start with a project plan that estimates the resources needed (people, materials, expertise) and the project timeline from beginning until the certification audit. If you have experience and knowledge of the Management System requirements, you might begin with a gap assessment, which provides input into the project plan.

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