ISO :- International Organisation for Standardisation
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
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
Removing the need for multiple inspection of
Total management commitment towards quality
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING
ISO 9000 CERTIFICATION
Submission of application
Audit quality manual
Selection of regulation
Negotiating term with regulation
Pre-assessment by audit body
conducting an assessment
Issue of certificate
BIS 14000/ISO 14000
BIS stand for the bureau of Indian
It was established in 1967.
It is a standards for environment
management system applicable to all
Formulate an environment policy
Pre and keep ready to achieve the
Capabilities and mechanisms to achieved
To review environment management
PROCEDURE OF ISO 14000
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
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.
TYPES OF MARINE INSURANCE
Unvalued policy or open policy