SQAS

AcronymDefinition
SQASSafety and Quality Assessment System
SQASSoftware Quality Assurance Subcommittee (est. 1998; US Department of Energy)
SQASSafety, Quality Assurance, and Security
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This has always been a requirement within the QSR, which is generally covered in a supplier quality agreement (SQA).
SQA's chief executive Dr Janet Brown says: "In line with the Digital Skills Investment Plan for Scotland we're committed to working with the digital skills industry to provide relevant qualifications that upskill employees and support the sector in addressing current skills shortages."
As per our plan, we are preparing all our sites to be SQAS assessed under the transport service module.
At Dow's recommendation, Tristar became the first logistics and transportation company in the Middle East and Africa to undergo the SQAS audit, a statement said.
The Senior Qualified Accountant (SQA) exam for CFOs of large and medium-sized state enterprises.
Proposed by the FECC in order to develop "a mutual, transparent and official understanding of common and respective objectives", the ESAD II mechanism has been aligned with CEFIC's SQAS system (Safety Quality Assessment System) on the transport of chemicals by road and rail and should benefit from experience gained in this context.
This Safety and Quality Assessment System (SQAS) concept aims at preventing transport accidents and incidents involving chemicals.
Al Rajhi is currently the best in SQAS (Safety Quality Assessment from the Gulf Petrochemicals & Chemicals Association), ISO 9001: 2008 (Provision Of Industrial Transportation Service).
The survey contained 55 items, of which 28 service quality items were sourced from the Service Quality Assessment Scale (SQAS; Lam et al., 2005), which consists of five factors: staff (eight items), program (five items), locker room (three items), physical facility (seven items), and workout facility (five items).
They picked up SQAs in Communications for Vocational Purposes, during job placements in Glasgow, for their presentations to Anniesland College, who hosted the visit.
But all the acronyms - SVQs and SQAs - and the rest of the training industry jargon still put people off, although a large number of industries and individuals do recognise the importance of the qualification.