ISO 9000


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ISO 9000

a QUALITY standard drawn up by the INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION ORGANIZATION. ISO 9000 is identical to the BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION'S quality standard BS 5750. To obtain certification a supplier is required to establish, document and maintain an effective and economical quality system.
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What is ISO 9000? ISO 9000 is a globally accepted quality management system.
The ISO 9000 family of standards, for its part, has been the subject of a number of studies, although none of them refer specifically to the aerospace industry.
Al respecto de las Normas ISO 9000, Farro (2012: 208) sostiene que estas constituyen un modelo, y que "para la implementacion de la gestion de procesos academicos y administrativos en la universidad, su valor es incuestionable".
For example, in countries such as Spain and Italy--leaders in the world league table for ISO 9000 certification--numerous companies have publicized their certificate as a registered company as though it were a product quality label, despite the fact that the ISO standard itself prohibits such a practice (Heras 2006).
* HYP1: Most enterprises that implemented ISO 14000 implemented also ISO 9000.
They evaluate public construction quality performance under yearly review to provide an objective means to assess public construction and safety standards against ISO 9000:2008 quality management system standards for improving contractors' performance.
Therefore, the Egyptian government and consulting firms have been persuading Egyptian companies to seek ISO 9000 certification to ensure quality of products/services.
Las normas ISO 9000 estan basadas en las normas nacionales inglesas del sistema de calidad, es decir, la serie BS 5750 desarrollada por el Instituto Britanico de Normas en 1979.
ISO 9000 provides a framework for an organisation to develop a QMS to suit its own individual situation regardless of the end product, be it tangible (manufactured) intangible (service) or a combination of both.
However, until recently, there have been only few attempts to empirically establish the link between Human Resource Management (HRM) practices and ISO 9000 certification.
With the pressure on plastics processors to comply with ISO 9000 standards for quality management, these instruments are being used more than ever to evaluate incoming material and test finished products.