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ISO 9001:2015
QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Among all them modern management systems ISO 9001- Quality Management system stands foremost in the world. This system enables the companies to maintain excellent procedures in order to meet customer needs at the global level in terms of Quality and Standards.

  • Boosts your image
  • Lessens operational cost
  • Improve organizations efficiency and effectiveness
  • Increases customer satisfaction
  • Maximize Efficiency
  • Enhances better management skills

ISO 14001:2015
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Using ISO 14001:2015 can provide assurance to company management and employees as well as external stakeholders that environmental impact is being measured and improved. It sets out the criteria for an environmental management system and can be certified to.

  • Better environmental performance of suppliers.
  • Competitive and financial advantage
  • Increases engagement of employees
  • Demonstrate statutory and regulatory requirements
  • Improve company reputation

ISO 45001
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

ISO 45001 is an International Standard that specifies requirements for an occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system, with guidance for its use, to enable an organization to proactively improve its OH&S performance in preventing injury and ill-health.

  • increasing awareness of its OH&S risks
  • ensuring workers take an active role in OH&S matters
  • reducing the overall costs of incidents
  • reducing absenteeism and employee turnover rates
  • recognition for having achieved an international benchmark

ISO 22000:2005
FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT

The relevant documentation is essential to implement systems according to the requirements of ISO 22000:2005. This training provides delegates with the skill to be able to plan and prepare the documents consistent with the ISO 22000:2005 requirements effectively.

  • Understand the basics of the ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System
  • Know the documents and the required structure to implement ISO 22000:2005
  • Explain and establish of work instructions and the procedure
  • Review and implement system documentation

ISO 20000:2011
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

The ISO 20000 consists of two main parts:

ISO 20000-1 is a formal specification and defines the requirements for an organization to deliver managed services of an acceptable quality for customers; and

ISO 20000-2 is a Code of Practice that describes the best practices for Service Management processes within the scope of BS 15000-1. The Code of Practice is particularly useful for organizations preparing for an audit against ISO 20000-1 or planning service improvements.

  • It provides you with an overview of the purpose and requirements of ISO 20000 and how it helps to reduce IT costs and ensure control of an IT infrastructure.
  • It is an introduction for anyone involved in the development, implementation and improvement of management systems based on ISO 20000. If you plan to complete other ISO 20000 training, such as Internal Auditor and the Lead Auditor Training, you will receive during this course the knowledge and understanding of ISO 20000 upon which to build auditing skills.
  • It comprises lecture and workshop exercises.

27001:2013
INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

With ISO 27001:2013 you can demonstrate to existing and potential customers, suppliers and shareholders the integrity of your data and systems and your commitment to information security. It can also lead to new business opportunities with security-conscious customers; it can improve employee ethics and strengthen the notion of confidentiality throughout the workplace. It also allows you to enforce information security and reduce the possible risk of fraud, information loss and disclosure.

OHSAS 18001:2007
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

OHSAS 18001 certification enables organizations to manage operational health and safety risks and improve performance.

  • Hazard identification, risk assessment and determining controls
  • Legal and other requirements
  • Objectives and OHS program(s)
  • Resources, roles, responsibility, accountability and authority
  • Competence, training and awareness
  • Communication, participation and consultation
  • Operational control
  • Emergency preparedness and response
  • Performance measuring, monitoring and improvement