(The United Kingdom Accreditation Services)
(American National Standards Institute)
(The ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board is the U.S. accreditation body for management systems)
(international Organization for Standardization)
(American Society for Quality)
(International Accreditation Forum)
(International Personnel Certification Association)
(International Register of Certified Auditors)
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Within the Aerospace Industry, companies have little choice whether to establish a quality management. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) defines individual manufacturing approvals through its Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) and laws mandating compliance...More
ISO 45001 is a standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. It was developed in response to the need for companies to meet their health and safety obligations in an efficient manner...More
ISO 50001 is a new energy management systems standard. It concerns the discipline of energy management and, to avoid confusion with environmental management systems (EMS), energy management systems are abbreviated as EnMS.
An EnMS standard is seen by the international standards community as one of the most important needs in the world of business and public sector energy use on a worldwide basis
ISO 27001 (formally known as ISO/IEC 27001:2005) is a specification for an information security management system (ISMS). An ISMS is a framework of policies and procedures that includes all legal, physical and technical controls involved in an organisation's information risk management processes. ISO 27001 was developed to "provide a model for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving an information security management system."
ISO 27001 uses a topdown, risk-based approach and is technology-neutral. The specification defines a six-part planning process:
The specification includes details for documentation, management responsibility, internal audits, continual improvement, and corrective and preventive action. The standard requires cooperation among all sections of an organisation.
The 27001 standard does not mandate specific information security controls, but it provides a checklist of controls that should be considered in the accompanying code of practice, ISO/IEC 27002:2005. This second standard describes a comprehensive set of information security control objectives and a set of generally accepted good practice security controls.