The ISO 9001:2015 standard sets out the requirements for a quality management system. The requirements can be used by any organisation, large or small, regardless of its field of activities, services and products, covering over one million organisations in over 170 countries.
This standard is based on the following quality management principles: The quality management principles are: Customer focus; leadership, engagement of people, process approach, improvement, evidence-based decision making and relationship management. A quality management system is based around the development of a plan – do – check – act cycle, integral to all management systems designed to drive continual improvement. ISO 9001:2015 helps ensure that customers get consistent and quality products and services, which in turn brings many potential benefits to the certified organisation.
Used to establish the criteria for managing the environmental arrangements, an ISO 14001:2015 management system maps out a framework that an organisation should follow to effectively management the environmental impact of the organisation.
Much like all ISO standards, it can be used by any organisation regardless of its activity or sector. It is the ideal way provide assurance to company management and employees as well as external stakeholders that environmental impact is being measured and improved.
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From its first day in October 2014 until 31st December 2018, selufen has been monitoring its environmental impact on this fantastic little planet. The total ran to 10.6 tonnes of CO2 emitted in the course of our activities.
To demonstrate our commitment to being a responsible business, each year on World Earth Day, through a Verified Carbon Standard tree planting initiative, we arrange to have more trees planted to offset the damage done. As of World Earth Day 2019, we are really pleased to confirm that 12 trees have now been planted and selufen is working hard on becoming a carbon neutral organisation.
Since the inception of the Security Industry Authority in 2004, along with the implementation of the Approved Contractor Scheme, the private security industry in the UK has been transformed.
Built around nine core clauses, an Approved Contractor undergoes external verification once per annum to demonstrate their compliance with the Security Industry Authority's requirement for Approved Contractor status ranging from testing the strategy of an organisation, reviewing the arrangements for managing suppliers, customers, contracts and consumers, as well as financial management and effectiveness of a security provider's leadership, the Scheme uses scoring to measure and assess the success of an applicant organisation.
ISO 27001 is one of the fastest growing standards in the world. Setting out the criteria for the management of a wide range of information security risks an organisation may face, whether these be in relation to IT or physical security threats, an information security management establishes the policies and controls required to mitigate any identified risks to the information within its system.
Of course, these requirements extend to include a business continuity component that supports the system in the event the arrangements cannot stand up to an attack. ISO 27001 has a unique particularity in that compliance with the standard is built around 114 controls in 14 groups and 35 control objectives, used to assess an information management system via a documented statement of applicability.
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