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  1. FDIS ISO 45001 moves a step closer

    The ISO 45001 draft, international standard for occupational safety and health management systems, is likely to go to the FDIS status by November 30, 2017 and the final release to be launched in March 2018.

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  2. Latest news about ISO 9001 and 14001 transition deadlines.

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  3. QUALITY. KEY FACTOR IN CHANGING TIMES

    We answer all your questions on quality, why it deserves recognition, and the main things going on in the world of quality in 2017.

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  4. Take the hassle out of the ISO transitions with our all-in-one Transition Packs

    The deadline for transition to ISO 9001:2015, 14001:2015 and dedicated transportation standards is less than year away. Will you be ready in time?

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  5. How to identify the needs and expectations of the interested parties

    One of the new requirements of standards ISO 9001:2015 and 14001:2015 relates to the interested parties and to their understanding of requirements and needs.

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  6. ISO Transition Process

    Planning and organization are the root of success, since they help us to develop useful habits that enhance the company’s competitiveness, as well as reducing corporate stress.

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  7. Have you scheduled your updated audit yet?

    In order to guarantee that they all have the 9001 or 14001 systems, certified in the 2015 version, by 15/09/2018, we need to clarify some dates.

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  8. Why is it essential that the Transition Process to new ISO Standards begins now?

    Because your certificate must be renewed before September 15th 2018. The new version of these standards promises tangible benefits for your company.

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  9. Auto manufacturers, now is the time to start the transition to IATF 16949

    A ticking clock can clearly be heard across the automotive industry. It’s the countdown to the transition from the current ISO/TS standard to the new IATF 16949:2016. By September 14 2018, all major parts manufacturers must comply with the new standard – or face interruptions in supply to OEM clients.

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  10. Now is the time to start the transition to IATF 16949 for automotive industry

    A ticking clock can clearly be heard across the automotive industry. It’s the countdown to the transition from the current ISO/TS standard to the new IATF 16949:2016. By September 14 2018, all major parts manufacturers must comply with the new standard – or face interruptions in supply to OEM clients.

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  11. The key to gaining ISO 9001:2015 Certification? Your employees

    What’s the most difficult part of the new ISO 9001:2015? Leafing through the requirements, many quality mangers might point out the extensive analysis of business risks and opportunities required, or the need for true quality leadership from senior management. They’d be right in many ways – they can be tough nuts to crack and are vital to gaining certification.

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  12. 3 KPIs to understand your business transformation under ISO 9001:2015

    It’s an old business adage that “if you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it”. With continuous improvement and performance indicators both central to ISO management systems, we take a look at the types of data you can track to fully understand the evolution of your business – and flag up any issues

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  13. Manufacturers: 5 things you need to know about the new ISO 14001

    As a manufacturer, you are probably familiar with the ISO 9001 quality standard, and aware that a major revision is coming into force next year. But did you know that the ISO 14001 environmental management standard is also changing?

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  14. Which of these 3 myths about service companies and environmental management have YOU fallen for?

    Unsure whether an environmental management system is right for your company? We explain the reality behind three common misconceptions related to companies in the services sector.

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  15. ISO/DIS 45001.2: 2017 just approved!

    The ISO/DIS 2. of ISO 45001, the new international standard for Occupational Health and Safety (OHSAS), has just been approved. In this way, ISO 45001 advances towards Final Draft International Standard (FDIS).

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  16. LEAD arrives to Singapore

    Bureau Veritas, global leader in Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC), powers the next generation of Certification Services for the QHSE Market.

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  17. ISO 45001 latest news

    ISO 45001, Occupational health and safety management systems, is making progress due to efforts of number of stakeholders and will be released in 2018.

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  18. Bureau Veritas intensifies LEAD

    Bureau Veritas intensify their ecommerce platform, LEAD, with the launch of online sales for Certification Audits in the United States

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  19. In the business world is it better to be a grasshopper or an ant?

    Planning and organization are the root of success, since they help us to develop useful habits that enhance the company’s competitiveness, as well as reducing corporate stress.

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  20. How can you reach quality excellence in a fast-paced production industry?

    Paris Fashion Week, October 2016. Fuschia, a color previously relegated to the 1980s, unexpectedly storms the runway at several shows. Just three weeks after its luxury debut, it emerges in the department stores – at a fraction of the designer price.

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  21. How to ace an audit: 5 things every Quality Manager needs to know

    You’ve decided to certify your quality or environmental management system and contacted an external body to carry out an independent audit. What can you now do to maximize your chances of success?

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  22. What is the link between quality and customer satisfaction?

    The 2010s have been hailed as the “Age of the Customer”, a world in which the internet, and in particular, social networks, give the power to customers to share information with thousands of others online – and make or break companies’ reputations.

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  23. Are you a quality leader?

    Company leaders’ involvement in quality is a hot topic among quality managers thanks to major changes in the world’s most recognized quality standard: ISO 9001.

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  24. Life Cycle: From concept to implementation

    The concept of product and service life cycle has till now been always used in theory. The term has probably been there in the business world for about 100 years but still there is rarely any company exploiting the concept and employing it. See how the scenario changes with ISO.

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  25. Get a competitive advantage with ISO 14001

    Find our infographic with customer survey stats from British Assessment Bureau proving ISO 14001 value to your business.

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  26. Compliance without excessive paperwork

    Quality Management System is there to optimize your management process and improve quality but it shouldn't result in excessive paperwork, lack of flexibility or financial burden.

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  27. How customer satisfaction can help to grow your business?

    Customer satisfaction is the holy grail of business: a satisfied customer is one who will buy again, buy more… and tell their friends to buy more!

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  28. The #1 thing successful businesses have in common

    Successful businesses know that quality is at the root of their success. Meeting or exceeding customer expectations – not just once, but day after day – is the way to gain and retain clients.

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  29. Learn more about the latest changes in ISO 45001

    ISO 45001 draft is making progress due to efforts of number of stakeholders and will be released probably in the beginning of 2018.

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  30. What do you know about ISO High-Level Structure?

    The High Level Structure (HLS) is a standardized way of drafting future ISO management system standards.

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  31. Learn more about how ISO works

    ISO standards are reviewed by their technical committees (TC) every five years to see if a revision is required to keep it current and relevant. The review process is divided into six stages and is managed by the respective TC. The easiest way to understand the process is to imagine the lifecycle of a document.

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  32. A brief history of ISO

    ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 164 national standards bodies.

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  33. LEAD available in the USA

    us.lead.bureauveritas.com comes with a wealth of features to improve the service experience for professionals, including a ‘responsive’ experience for buying and taking courses on smartphones or tablets, and access to courses, or tools with just one click.

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  34. BV launches lead.bureauveritas.com

    Bureau Veritas Certification powers the next generation of Certification Services for the QHSE Management System Market with a new e-commerce platform

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  35. JAS-ANZ accreditation for ISO 14001:2015

    This new accreditation received from JAS-ANZ, adds to the existing UKAS accreditation for ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.

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  36. UKAS Accreditation for ISO 14001:2015

    UKAS has reviewed the file for BVC’s ISO 14001:2015 transition and concludes that BVC’s UKAS accreditation now includes the ISO 14001:2015 certification program

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