Quality Management Systems
Quality Management Systems (QMS) provide a structured framework for improving and developing key processes used to deliver your products and services. Acquiring certification through an auditing procedure allows your business to use the renowned national and international accreditation mark, achieve competitive advantage and build trust and rapport between your company and your existing and potential costumers.
All QMS regimes are intended to be applicable to all organizations, regardless of type, size or product/service provided, whether it is a small family-run businesses or a large corporation.
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EXAMPLES OF QUALITY STADARDS
- ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems. Specifies requirements for a Quality Management System (QMS) in an organisation that needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer, statutory and regulatory requirements. ISO 9001:2008 applies on existing processes and procedures in order to provide a framework for a customer-focused management system to drive continuous improvement in your business.
- ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems. Is a systematic approach used by an enterprise or organisation to manage its impacts on the environment. The system identifies environmental impacts, legal responsibilities (statutory, regulatory, etc.), then implements and reviews changes and improvements in a structured way. ISO 14001 itself does not dictate a level of environmental performance that must be achieved, but it is tailored to the company's business and goals.
- ISO 22000:2005 - Food Safety Management System – Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points. A systematic approach to ensure effective control, identification and controlling microbiological, chemical or physical hazards in all stages of production from the receipt of raw material to the delivery of the final product.
- Other Standards and Guidelines.
All Quality Management Systems can be applied individually or in combination with other ISO model systems.