Importance Of ISO Certification Explained

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ISO certification in Philippines is one of the marketing tools that enhance the performance of the organization.  There are 20 mm plus of international standards that is been published by the international organization for standardization and this concept emerge due to the consequences of facing too much accidents and injuries in the organization due to which there was very less improvement in the process which wear affecting the organizations  profit and even the employees.  Nickel committee of the international organization for standardization has set up documents which needs all the requirements as per the client's customers and other interested parties due to which the organization can face any challenges without fear.  The headquarters of the ISO is in Geneva Switzerland and it was established in the year 1947 due to empowering the industries.  The concept of the international organization for standardization is one of the best decision can any organization can take in order to improve their process operation and the health of employees.  So the organizations which are choosing the international standards to their organization is taking a best decision  due to which they can see the process directly and can have more number of opportunities to increase the market.

 As discussed earlier the international organization for standardization has published in number of standards among which you are very popular and are more effective when it is implemented to the organization now let us see few generic standards and how they can be effective when it is implemented to the organization.

2005

Abstract

Different approaches to integration of management systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and SA 8000) with various

levels of ambition have emerged. The tendency of increased compatibility between these standards has paved the road for

discussions of, how to understand the different aspects of integration. The focus of the article is primarily to discuss three ambition

levels of integration: from increased compatibility of system elements over coordination of generic processes to an embeddedness of

an integrated management system (IMS) in a culture of learning and continuous improvements. At present, national IMS standards

are being developed, and the IMS standards in Denmark and Spain are being analysed regarding the ambition level for integration.

Should the ISO organisation decide to make a standard for IMS, then it would be necessary to consider the different levels of

integration in order to make a coherent standard. So far, management systems have had major focus within organisations. However,

in order to create competitive advantages for the organisation and contribute to a sustainable development, the IMS has to be

expanded to include the whole product chain and all the stakeholders.

Ó2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

2005

Abstract

Different approaches to integration of management systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and SA 8000) with various

levels of ambition have emerged. The tendency of increased compatibility between these standards has paved the road for

discussions of, how to understand the different aspects of integration. The focus of the article is primarily to discuss three ambition

levels of integration: from increased compatibility of system elements over coordination of generic processes to an embeddedness of

an integrated management system (IMS) in a culture of learning and continuous improvements. At present, national IMS standards

are being developed, and the IMS standards in Denmark and Spain are being analysed regarding the ambition level for integration.

Should the ISO organisation decide to make a standard for IMS, then it would be necessary to consider the different levels of

integration in order to make a coherent standard. So far, management systems have had major focus within organisations. However,

in order to create competitive advantages for the organisation and contribute to a sustainable development, the IMS has to be

expanded to include the whole product chain and all the stakeholders.

Ó2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Different approaches to integration of management systems with ISO 9001 Certification in Philippines, ISO 14001 Certification in Saudi Arabia, and ISO 45001 Certification in Oman at various levels of ambition have emerged. The tendency of increased compatibility between these standards has paved the road for discussions of, how to understand the different aspects of integration.

The focus of the article is primarily to discuss three ambition levels of integration from increased compatibility of system elements over coordination of generic processes to an embeddedness of an integrated management system in a culture of learning and continuous improvements. At present, national IMS standards are being developed. Should the ISO organization decide to make a standard for IMS, then it would be necessary to consider the different levels of integration in order to make a coherent standard. So far, management systems have had major focus within organizations. However, in order to create competitive advantages for the organization and contribute to a sustainable development, the IMS has to be expanded to include the whole product chain and all the stakeholders.


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