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The most popular system standard on the international stage under Quality Management is ISO 9001. Now every organization is embarking towards this for adoption. But before going ahead with for this certification, PQAS, one of the established and renowned ISO 9001 consultants, suggest knowing certain essential basics of this, which will benefit you to correlate your organization processes with it. Let’s first understand ISO 9001 ISO 9001 ISO 9001 is an international standard for Quality
‘Management’ of an enterprise was recognized very early as an important dimension towards progressive business doing. Failing sound management means faltered initiatives and loss of resource (both material and human). This was undesirable and therefore thinkers and practitioners in commercial economy employed their counsels to formulate different theories and paradigms continued to evolve. However, the demand for better business management never saturated and therefore we find refined interventions always taking place. Integrated management system is
Putting in place a ‘safety management system’ is vital for the organization so as to minimize the risks for the workers. Such a system is mainly derived through the globally accepted standard ISO 45001:2018 which replaced the earlier British standard of OHSAS 18001. The objective of developing such a comprehensive framework is to ensure occupational health and safety of the workers that are present in the enterprise and driving the production process. The whole idea
Companies often feel very great when they get they get the Quality Assurance Certification done for their products and services. And now more & more customers or clients also demand that suppliers, with whom they are working, should work in accordance with maintaining the high quality and industry standards. And if your company have the necessary Quality Assurance Certifications then it always gives an edge above others. Seeing all these, companies or organizations have either
A Safety ISO Management System can be defined as an approach in improving and managing the safety in an organization. This system includes analyzing the current structures, the processes and procedures in place, identify the areas which require changes or improvements and so on. Since each Safety management system is tailored to an individual organization, many businesses bring in a consultant to help set up the SMS or Safety Management System. The ISO and safety