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Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008

ISO 9001:2008 standard is designed to provide a framework to guide organization towards continual improvement and achievement of customer satisfaction. The basic intention behind this standard is to provide the universal baseline for quality management, which can be used by companies around the world. This has become the most widely quality management system in the world.
Benefits of ISO 9001:2008

* Provides a systematic and visible approach for continual improvement in the performance.
* Edges over competitors who are not accredit.
* Increased customer confidence and international acceptance.
* Structure the operations of the organization to achieve desired results.
* Creates brand name of the organization.
* Helps to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization.

Environmental Management System (ISO 14001:2004)

The ISO 14001:2004 is focused on environment issues and identification for setting objectives and targets besides compliance with applicable legislative and other regulatory requirements. It examines issues such as allocation of resources, assignment of responsibilities and systematic evaluation of practices, procedures and processes.
Benefits of ISO 14001:2004

* Minimizes organization’s impact of environment.
* A foundation to develop future environmental initiatives.
* Improve operational efficiency that leads to cost savings.
* Energy conservation.
* Reduce environmental liability.
* Maintains a good public and community relation.
* Shares common management system principles with ISO 9000 and OHSAS 18001 enabling integration of your quality, environmental and occupational health and safety management systems.

Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OHSAS 18001:1999)

OHSAS is an assessment specification for Occupational Health and Safety Management System. This standard has been designed to assist the organizations to formulate an effective health and safety in the organization by defining policies and procedures as per international standards.
Benefits of OHSAS 18001: 1999

* A structured approach to hazard identification and risk management which can contribute to the provision of healthier and safer working environment and the avoidance of a high proportion of accidents and occupational health problems – this should help reduce lost time through employee illness and injury.
* An increase staff motivation by active participation in the process of continuous improvement and hazard reduction.
* Improve relations with Industry and Government as this standard is designed to ensure that legal regulations are complied by the organization.
* Enhances the public image of the organization.

Information Security Management System (BS 7799-2/ISO 27001:2005)

It is the standard, which specifies requirement for implementation, establishment, operation, monitoring, research, maintenance and improvement of documented Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). It specifies requirements for establishment of a safety control, adapted according to needs of and organization. The organization declares the assurance of information security management system requirements by certification according to BS 7799-2/ISO 27001: 2005.
Benefits of BS77-2/ISO27001: 2005

* Customers are assured that the organization has undergone a competent, impartial, independent assessment and information is safe whilst in its care.
* Using information security measure builds confidence with customers and suppliers.
* Ensures that an appropriate management system is in place to look after the security of the organization’s own information.
* Availability of secure electronic data transmission techniques to enable society to use the internet as a means of conducting their personal, business and pleasure activities.
* Management and Handling of Security Incidents.
* Ability to Differentiate Organization for Competitive Advantage.

Food Safety Management System (HACCP/ISO22000:2005)

A Food Safety Management System demonstrates an organization’s commitment to food safety, and provides a means to demonstrate that an organization is taking the necessary steps to control food safety hazards. It applies to all organizations, regardless of their size, that impact the food chain. This includes ingredient suppliers, equipment manufacturers, package suppliers, service providers, farmers, food processors, and catering and retailing organizations.
Benefits of HACCP/ISO 22000:2005

* Allow organization within the food chain to demonstrate their commitment to food safety.
* Improved documentation more efficient and dynamic food safety hazard control.
* Reduces the need for, and the cost of end product testing.
* Reduces the likelihood of product recall & adverse publicity.
* Enhances customer satisfaction / reduces dissatisfaction.
* Facilitates better understanding of food packaging safety issues throughout the organization.
* Improves staff morale and motivation through a cleaner working environment.