Oh yes was on about the ISO itself there.
Aye crazy indeed - still you learn to reduce the wording to salient points and pretty darn easy to pass. One neat cheat for BS5750 along the lines of "refer to manufacturers manual and if you do not understand, then you are not qualified to use this product" -- actually had that pass, think was FAX machine but when you have to cover everything, the ability to delegate back onto a manufacturers documentation is such a live saver.
Also half the time with externals is learning what lingo/buzzwords they use and mapping them onto your own. Still recall being asked how many Vocabs (they meant records as in database entries it turned out) our storage system had and this was back on PC systems for procurement - but dam - oil people so funny. Still Lloyds underwriting standards and auditing, oh that makes ISO etc look like Lego, truly. But when you do software that is sued to build oil rigs and track construction from start to end. You learn lots you never wanted to learn :D. Still old story but one can talk about.