The International Organization for Standards (ISO) develops and publishes product guidelines designed to address consumer service issues about a lack of continuity and manufacturing efficiency.Read More ..
The ISO standing for International Organization for Standardization is one of the most experienced in the field of industry standardization.Read More ..
ISO 14001 is the international standard that sets out the criteria for an Effective Framework for Environmental Management.Read More ..
ISO 9001 is an international quality management system (QMS) Standard. It presents fundamental management and quality assurance practices that can be applied by any organisation. Without a QMS, organizations have little chance of sustaining any improvements or innovations they might realize.Read More
ISO 9001 builds on seven quality management principles. Following these principles will ensure your organization or business is set up to consistently create value for its customers. With these seven pillars firmly in place, implementing a quality management system will be much easier.Read More
FAQ: How does our quality policy support strategic direction?
The Policy is the uppormost document in your QMS , and it influences other high-level documents. For example , if you have a stategy to design certain products , the quality policy might state that innovation is a key principle. If you have a strategy for building a new facility , the policy might state that growth and/or expansion was important. The quality policy provides a stepping stone to strategic direction and quality objective.
"Consumers, by seeking quality and value, set the standards of acceptability for products and services by voting with their marketplace dollars."
In India first ITI was certified for ISO 29990:2010 (QCI Approved) system implemented by PSQC was appreciated by Government Of Pondicherry - Honorable Chief Minister and Honorable SpeakerRead More