ISO Certification in Qatar — A Detailed Notes
ISO certification in Qatar is a very robust management system tool to run an organisation. ISO standards make a positive contribution to the world we live in. They facilitate trade, spread knowledge, disseminate innovative advances in technology, and share good management and conformity assessment practices. ISO standards provide solutions and achieve benefits for almost all sectors of activity, including agriculture, construction, mechanical engineering, manufacturing, distribution, transport, medical devices, information and communication technologies, the environment, energy, quality management, conformity assessment and services. ISO only develops standards for which there is a clear market requirement. The work is carried out by experts in the subject ISO Certification bodies in Qatar drawn directly from the industrial, technical and business sectors that have identified the need for the standard, and which subsequently put the standard to use. Factocert ISO Consultants in Qatar experts may be joined by others with relevant knowledge, such as representatives of government agencies, testing laboratories, consumer associations and academia, and by international governmental and non-governmental organizations.
ISO 9001 certificate in Qatar improve the quality of service that are offered by the organisation. ISO 9001 generally focus on Quality management system and it includes, Design and Development Planning In determining the stages and controls for design and development, Millennium considers: a) The nature, duration, and complexity of the design and development activities; b) The required process stages, including applicable design and development reviews; c) The required design and development verification and validation activities; d) The responsibilities and authorities involved in the design and development process; e) The internal and external resource needs for the design and development of products and services; f) The need to control interfaces between persons involved in the design and development process; g) The need for involvement of customers and users in the design and development process; h) The requirements for subsequent provisions of products and services; i) The level of control expected for the design and development process by customer and other relevant interested parties; and j) The documented information needed to demonstrate that design and development requirements have been met.
Management review is planned and carried out taking into consideration: The status of actions from previous management reviews. Changes in external and internal issues that are relevant to the quality management system. Information on the performance and effectiveness of the quality management system, including trends. Customer satisfaction and feedback from relevant interested parties. The extent to which quality objectives have been met. Process performance and conformity of products and services. Nonconformities and corrective actions, Monitoring and measurement results. The performance of external providers. The adequacy of resources. The effectiveness of actions taken to address risks and opportunities and Opportunities for improvement.
ISO 14001 certificate in Qatar proves the social values that are concerned in the organization. Awareness of environmental problems is growing in most countries and it is felt by many that current development patterns cannot be sustained in the long term. Governments are increasingly enacting legislation aimed at protecting the environment, and consumers in industrialized countries are requiring suppliers, including those from developing countries, to demonstrate compliance and good practice in environmental matters.
One major advantage of implementing ISO 14001 is that it can be done in an organization of any size or type, since the requirements of an EMS are the same for all — although the manner of implementing one will vary according to the size and activity of the organization.
ISO 45001 certificate in Qatar shows the importance that are given to each individual in the organization. OHSAS 18001:2007 (initial version OHSAS 18001:1999) is the predecessor to the recently released ISO standard ISO 45001:2018. The OHSAS standard was recognised internationally but it is not an ISO standard. Over time it has become increasingly apparent that too many workers are suffering from OHS related illnesses, injuries and deaths, placing an unacceptable burden on people, their families and with moral and welfare costs to society overall. This was recognised and hence the need to have a systematic structure for the management of the activities. ISO 45001:2018 is an ISO standard and has been designed to have greater compatibility with existing ISO standard management system revisions including ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015. It uses the same management system structure and reflects the requirements identified by the International Labour Organization guidance for OHS systems. It has been developed over a number of years by International bodies and industry experts. Owing to this compatibility ISO 45001:2018 should build on all the success of OHSAS 18001 and allow the benefits to be enhanced and potentially integrated in other generic management system standards. In 2021 OHSAS 18001 will be withdrawn leaving ISO 45001 the primary international OHS management system standard.