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  • 1. Presentation on ISO International Organization for Standardization Or International Standard of Organization PUNJAB COLLEGE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION Submitted To: Mr. Harman Singh Kanwar
  • 2. Contents
    • Introduction of ISO
    • History of ISO
    • Scope of ISO
    • Types of ISO
    • ISO 9001(QMS)
    • What Is Accreditation?
    • Top 10 accreditation body of ISO
    • JAS –ANZ
    • Accreditation bodies of JAS-ANZ
    • How it is work
    • Recent News 2011
    • In future scope of ISO
  • 3. Introduction of ISO
    • The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies from some100 countries, one from each country.
    • ISO is a non-governmental organization established in 1947. The mission of ISO is to promote the development of standardization and related activities in the world with a view to facilitating the international exchange of goods and services
  • 4. History of ISO
    • ISO 9000 was first published in 1987.It was based on the BS
    • 5750 series of standards from BSI.
    • BSI has been certifying organizations for their quality
    • management systems since 1978. Its first certification (FM
    • is still extant and held by Tarmac, a successor to the original
    • company which held this certificate. Today BSI claims to certify
    • organizations at nearly 70,000 sites globally.
  • 5. Scope of ISO
    • Policies and objectives set by 'top management'
    • Understanding customer's requirements with a view to achieving customer satisfaction 
    • Improved internal and external communications
    • Greater understanding of the organization's processes
    • Improved use of time and resources
    • Reduced wastage
    • Greater consistency and traceability of products and services
    • Improved morale and motivation.
  • 6. Types of ISO
    • There are near about 14000 types of ISO
    • ISO 1 to ISO 1998 ISO 2002 to ISO 2982 ISO 3001 to ISO 3994 ISO 4010 to ISO 4957 ISO 5007 to ISO 5991 ISO 6009 to ISO 6989 ISO 7004 to ISO 7998 ISO 8009 to ISO 8995 ISO 9000 to ISO 9999 ISO 10000 - 14997 ISO 15001+
  • 7. Conti..
    • If we considered only
    • ISO 9000 to ISO 9999
    • Then under this these are further types:-
    • ISO 9000:2000
    • ISO 9000-1:1994
    • ISO 9000-2:1997
    • ISO 9000-3:1997
    • ISO 9001:1994
    • ISO 9001:2000
    • ISO 9001:2000
    • ISO 9002:1994
    • ISO 9003:1994
    • ISO 9004:2000
  • 8. ISO 9001(QMS)
    • For any business, the only way to keep up is to offer a
    • commitment to quality. In fact any organization, whatever
    • their size or industry sector can give themselves a secure
    • future by introducing a quality management system
    • (QMS) such as ISO 9000.
  • 9. Conti …
    • ISO 9001:2000, the requirement standard, includes the following main sections:
    • Quality Management System
    • Management Responsibility
    • Resource Management
    • Product Realization
    • Measurement Analysis and Improvement
  • 10.
    • Accreditation is an endorsement of a conformity assessment body’s (CAB's) competence, credibility, independence and integrity in carrying out its conformity assessment activities.
    What Is Accreditation?
  • 11. Top 10 accreditation body of ISO United Kingdom Accreditation Service
  • 12. Conti… American National Accreditation Board
  • 13. Conti… National Accreditation Board For Certification Bodies
  • 14. CONTI.… Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production
  • 15. Conti… IRCA International Register For Certificated Auditor
  • 16. Bureau Of Indian Standard (BIS), India
  • 17. Conti… NORWAY Accreditation Board
  • 18. Conti… JAS ANZ Accreditation Board
  • 19. Conti… Turkey Accreditation Board
  • 20.
    • JAS-ANZ is the government-appointed accreditation body for Australia and New Zealand responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of certification and inspection. Accreditation by JAS-ANZ demonstrates the competence and independence of these CABs.
  • 21. Accreditation Bodies of JAS-ANZ
    • ACS P-L  
    • Australian Certification Services Pty Ltd  
    • DNV  
    • DNV Certification Pty Ltd 
    • HANZ 
    • Health Audit (NZ) Ltd 
    • ICGC 
    • ICG Compliance Pty Ltd 
    • MAX  
    • Max Certifications Pvt Ltd 
    • PCMS  
    • P. C. Management System Pvt Ltd  
    • QMS CS 
    • QMS Certification Services Pty Ltd 
    • SGC 
    • S.G. Certifications (P) Ltd. 
    • TCS 
    • TCS International Certification Services Co. Ltd. 
  • 22. How it is work
    • The process to create an ISO standard is complicated and based on a six step process:
    • Stage 0 (preliminary stage): A study period is underway.
    • Stage 1 (proposal stage): An NP (New Project) is under consideration.
    • Stage 2 (preparatory stage): A WD (Working Draft) is under consideration.
    • Stage 3 (committee stage): A CD/FCD (Committee Draft/Final Committee Draft) is under consideration.
    • Stage 4 (approval stage): An FDIS (Final Draft International Standard) is under consideration.
    • Stage 5 (publication stage): An IS (International Standard) is being prepared for publication.
  • 23. RECENT NEWS 2011  
    • 1 November 2011 ISO International Standards offer benefits for a world of seven billion people
    • 25 October 2011 New ISO standard for pedestrian impact test drives progress in safety
    • 21 October 2011 New agreement strengthens partnership between ISO and ASTM on additive manufacturing
    • 20 October 2011 New ISO standard on traceability of fish products will help improve food safety
    • 19 October 2011 Are you ready? New ISO/IEC standard helps combat the toughest information security risks
    • 18 October 2011 Exclusive : NASA Associate Administrator and the deep impact of space standards in ISO's magazine
  • 24.
    • In order for the ISO 9000 family to maintain its effectiveness,
    • the standards are periodically reviewed to benefit from new
    • developments in the quality management field and also from
    • user feedback
    In future scope of ISO
  • 25.
    • Thanking You…
    • Any query….???
    Submitted By: Ravi Kumar Verma