ISO9000

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ISO9000Quality Assurance System developed by the International Organization for Standardization
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ISO9000 series of quality management standards was promoted by Public Construction Commission (PCC) which was established in 1995 to manage and assess the quality of public construction.
At the same time, companies are also wrestling with swathes of regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley, ISO9000 and Basel II that require them to take a more consistent and comprehensive approach to risk management, corporate governance and compliance in their day-to-day operations.
We were among the first in the industry to achieve ISO9000 quality standards in our 125,000 square foot manufacturing plant.
Systems and processes of its Flight Operations Department are already certified for the ISO9000:2001 standard.
* Manufacturing in USA, Belgium, and Singapore (ISO9000 registered)
With help from Business Link, the company has achieved quality management system ISO9000 and now Mr Popay and his team are looking to gain ISO27001 to further improve network security and add value to the services already provided by Datatron.
LOCAL government is no stranger to the standards of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO), and innovative authorities have long used its ISO9000 quality management standards to improve their performance.
Customer satisfaction measurement for ISO9000:2000, Nigel Hill, Bill Self and Greg Roche
Schemes such as TQM, ISO9000 and continuous improvement programmes to improve quality in organisations bear evidence of capability to reduce costs through systematic removal of waste and duplication, largely by empowering the workforce and pushing decisions down to where the work is actually done.
The EFSIS portfolio of products includes inspection and certification to the BRC and IFS standards, ISO9000 and 22000, a complete range of farm assurance standards including FABBL, EUREPGAP and Bord Bia, Organic inspections and a whole host of other inspections across the whole food chain.