Difference between revisions of "Conformity"

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| '''1.''' Conformity means to meet or comply with the [[Requirement|requirements]].
 
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'''''Notes (1)''': There are many types of '''requirements'''. There are quality, customer, product, management, legal. Requirements can be explicitly specified like the ISO22301 Business Continuity Management Standard or implied.''
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'''Notes (1)''': There are many types of '''requirements'''. There are quality, customer, product, management, legal. Requirements can be explicitly specified like the ISO22301 Business Continuity Management Standard or implied.
  
'''''Notes (2)''': A specified '''requirement''' is one that has been stated in a standard. When an organization meets a requirement, it is said that it conforms to that requirement.''
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'''Notes (2)''': A specified '''requirement''' is one that has been stated in a standard. When an organization meets a requirement, it is said that it conforms to that requirement.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:02, 23 October 2020

1. Conformity means to meet or comply with the requirements.

Notes (1): There are many types of requirements. There are quality, customer, product, management, legal. Requirements can be explicitly specified like the ISO22301 Business Continuity Management Standard or implied.

Notes (2): A specified requirement is one that has been stated in a standard. When an organization meets a requirement, it is said that it conforms to that requirement.



(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)

2. Fulfilment of a requirement. (Source: ISO 22301:2012 – Societal Security – Business Continuity Management Systems - Requirements) - clause 3.10