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ISO :- International Organisation for Standardisation


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ISO :- International Organisation for Standardisation

  2. 2. WHAT IS ISO 9000?  ISO stands for international standards of organizations establishment in 1947.  It is a series of quality management standards  The ISO 9000 series of standards are mainly quality assurance standards  The ISO 9000 IS The hallmark of a good quality bases system for suppliers and manufacturers of goods.
  3. 3. OBJECTIVE OF ISO 9000  Giving customers what they require  Connecting quality to cost effectiveness  Increasing customers confidence in the company  A shift from a system of inspection ,to a system of quality management  Removing the need for multiple inspection of suppliers  Total management commitment towards quality
  4. 4. PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING ISO 9000 CERTIFICATION Preliminary investigation Submission of application Audit quality manual Selection of regulation Negotiating term with regulation
  5. 5. Pre-assessment by audit body Assessment  conducting an assessment Closing meeting Issue of certificate
  6. 6. BIS 14000/ISO 14000 BIS stand for the bureau of Indian standards 14000. It was established in 1967. It is a standards for environment management system applicable to all businesses.
  7. 7. OBJECTIVES Formulate an environment policy Pre and keep ready to achieve the environment goals Capabilities and mechanisms to achieved environment goals To review environment management system
  8. 8. PROCEDURE OF ISO 14000  Organizational evaluation  Product evolution
  9. 9. MARINE INSURANCE POLICY  The idea of insurance was introduced in the world with marine insurance.  Marine insurance policy is the first kind of insurance that existed as early as Vedic period  The main advantage of marine insurance is that it protects gain losses to ship, cargo or gods in sea transpiration.  All principal of insurance contract are applicable to marine insurance contrast.
  10. 10. TYPES OF MARINE INSURANCE POLICY Voyage policy Time policy Mixed policy Valued policy Unvalued policy or open policy Blanket policy Floating policy
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