are getting more sophisticated, better informed
and their expectations are growing. For any business,
the only way to keep up is to offer a real commitment
to quality. In fact any organization can give
themselves a real future in a marketplace...
is an internationally accepted standard that sets
out how you can go about putting in place an effective
Environmental Management System (EMS)....
that your management system operates in compliance
to external standards for the Automotive Industry....
(formerly BS15000) is the first worldwide standard
specifically aimed at IT Service Management System.
HACCP is a Food
Safety methodology that relies on the identification
of Critical Control Points (CCP’s) in food production
and preparation processes...
a specification for Occupational Health and Safety
(OHS) management systems that was published in
1999. It was developed in response to the need
for companies to meet their health and safety
obligations in an efficient manner.
is becoming widely accepted as the quality management
systems standard for Medical Device manufacturers
throughout the world.
is a standard specification for an Information
Security Management Systems (ISMS). Information
is critical to the operation and perhaps even
the survival of each organization.
28000 series of standards on supply chain security
management systems, which have just been upgraded
from their status of Publicly Available Specifications
to that of fully fledged International Standards....
petrochemical and natural gas industries -- Sector-specific
quality management systems -- Requirements for
product and service supply organizations
the US version of a globally unified management
system standard for aerospace quality. Safety,
airworthiness, product conformity and reliability
are all key aspects of AS9100
developed the TL 9000 Quality Management System
to meet the quality requirements of the worldwide