Principles of ISO 9001:2000 by jksaini07

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									ISO 9000:2000
What/who is ISO?
  ISO IS A NETWORK OF THE NATIONAL STANDARDS
  INSTITUTES OF 148 COUNTRIES, ON THE BASIS OF
  ONE MEMBER PER COUNTRY, WITH A CENTRAL
  SECRETARIAT IN GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, THAT
  COORDINATES THE SYSTEM.
How it all started ?
    IN 1946, DELEGATES FROM 25 COUNTRIES
    MET IN LONDON AND DECIDED TO CREATE A
    NEW INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION, OF
    WHICH THE OBJECT WOULD BE "TO
    FACILITATE     THE       INTERNATIONAL
    COORDINATION    AND   UNIFICATION   OF
    INDUSTRIAL   STANDARDS".    THE   NEW
    ORGANIZATION, ISO, OFFICIALLY BEGAN
    OPERATIONS ON 23 FEBRUARY 1947.
What are standards ?
 STANDARDS ARE DOCUMENTS THAT GIVE
 SPECIFICATIONS & CRITERIA THAT ARE TO BE
 APPLIED CONSISTENTLY DURING MANUFACTURE OF
 PRODUCTS, PROVISION OF SERVICES OR ANY OTHER
 ACTIVITY.

 STANDARDS PROVIDE A REFERENCE FRAMEWORK,
 OR A COMMON TECHNOLOGICAL LANGUAGE,
 BETWEEN SUPPLIERS AND THEIR CUSTOMERS -
 WHICH FACILITATES TRADE AND THE TRANSFER OF
 TECHNOLOGY.
Why do we need standards?

   QUALITY
   SAFETY
   RELIABILITY
   EFFICIENCY
   INTERCHANGEABILITY
   ECONOMICAL COST.
How ISO standards benefit society?
FOR BUSINESSES
THE WIDESPREAD ADOPTION OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
MEANS THAT SUPPLIERS CAN BASE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ON SPECIFICATIONS THAT HAVE WIDE
ACCEPTANCE IN THEIR SECTORS. THIS, IN TURN, MEANS THAT
BUSINESSES USING INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ARE
INCREASINGLY FREE TO COMPETE ON MANY MORE MARKETS
AROUND THE WORLD.

FOR CUSTOMERS
THE WORLDWIDE COMPATIBILITY OF TECHNOLOGY WHICH IS
ACHIEVED WHEN PRODUCTS AN
								
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